The Christopher Singers present
ALI BABA AND THE FORTY THIEVES
followed by Christmas Carols and Songs
at The Royal British Legion Hall,
Mickleham Gardens, Cheam
Saturday, 20th December, 2014
2.30pm and 7.30pm
Tickets £9/£8 (members) to include refreshments
Box Office : 020 8647 7592 and 020 8337 2053
In conjunction with the Cheam late night shopping event on Friday 5th December, Cheam Traders are also holding a raffle to raise money for St Raphael’s Hospice.
We’ve been elected to approach all the local businesses to ask if they would be willing to donate a prize for the raffle. This could be a voucher, a bottle of wine or anything!!
All raffle prizes will be displayed in Village Travel’s window. Raffle ticket books will be dropped into all businesses to enable everyone to buy and sell tickets.
Please can we ask that all raffle prizes be delivered to Village Travel by 26th November so we can display them in our window, for all the Cheam shoppers to see!
Last year we raised £629.00 and had over 3,000 people attending
It will be amazing if we could beat that this year!
Jennie, Clare, Dave and Tara
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The Closet Boutique
9 Station Way
020 8642 2959
Whitehall and most shops will remain open throughout the evening
Schedule of Events
15.00 Parking Bay Suspensions in Station Way
Stalls and Fairground rides start to set up.
16.30 Radio Jackie begins setting up.
17.00 Whitehall opens for their festive evening
– Explore the museum, visit Father Christmas, winter tipples for
adults and a trail around the house for children (first 50 receive a
Whitehall goodie bag)
17.00 Cheam Library Festive Storytime Sessions begin which will run from
6.30 – 7.00 and 7.30 – 8.00. There will also be Christmas Craft for Children
5.00 – 6.30.
17.00 Road Closure commences in Station Way.
17.00 Cheam Library Festive Storytime Sessions begin 5 and events run to 8.
17.30 Radio Jackie 107.8FM Begins Broadcasting.
Radio Jackie is generously sponsored today by Smith & Byford.
Fairground rides in Station Way & Stalls throughout the Village
Stalls selling; garden ornaments, skincare and cosmetic items, wooden
Toys and decorations, Fairtrade goods, pet products, food and treats,
Jewellery, cards and stationery, soaps, drinks and Christmas
18.00 Love Theatre Arts to perform at Cheam Library Memorial Green
– singing songs from Disney’s ‘Frozen’
Cheam Baptist Church Open Evening Begins
– Christmas organ music recital – open house
18.30 Disney’s ‘Frozen Princesses’ Elsa and Anna to turn on the Christmas
Lights at Cheam Library Memorial Green.
– Watch as Cheam’s Christmas Lights come to life
18.45 Jazz at Cheam Baptist Church
Cheam Baptist Church will also be opening The Point for children’s craft between 6:00pm and 7:30pm. A member has managed to get an Olaf costume, which fits in with the Frozen theme. The craft in The Point is basically ‘Do You Want To Build A Snowman’ .
Children from Love Theatre Arts to make their way up to
performance area in Station Way
20.30 Shops and stalls begin to close
21.00 End of road closure in Station Way
Raffle with great prizes in aid of St Raphael’s Hospice
Raffle Tickets available from Village Travel, and all shops,