Get down to this church Christmas market

2016-11-24 06:02
PHOTO: candyce krishna Anna Potgieter (left) and Anita Roodt ready for the NG Kerk Christmas market.

PHOTO: candyce krishna Anna Potgieter (left) and Anita Roodt ready for the NG Kerk Christmas market.

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IF you haven’t started with your Christmas shopping and you’re looking for unusual gift items, swing by the Christmas Market at the NG Kerk in Port Shepstone on 3 December.

There will be so much on sale you will be spoilt for choice.

Arts and crafts, baked goodies, a meat market, preserves, jams and chutneys, will all feature at the market.

Home-made boerewors, mince and steak will be available at the meat market.

The tea and coffee garden will serve refreshments, koeksusters, biscuits, milk tart, rusks, pancakes and other delicious things to eat.

There will also be curry and rice and hotdogs on sale.

The market will be held at the church premises in Church Road, Port Shepstone from 8am to 1pm.


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