coming up for christmas.
The event will be attended by Vale of Glamorgan MP John Smith and National Assembly Health Minister Jane Hutt.
A small admission fee will be charged on entry, with all the proceeds going to the school fund.
CHRISTMAS trees grown on a sustainable forestry management project near Usk will be available to buy at the latest Riverside Real Food Market in Cardiff on Sunday, December 2.
The trees, which will be cut just before market day, last longer than other Christmas trees which are often cut as early as October.
There will also be a wide variety of local, Welsh, organic and world food at the market, including stalls selling local pork, local cider and a range of home-made Asian snacks.
To coincide with market day, the nearby Riverbank Hotel will be providing live jazz free of charge, and a gospel choir will be adding their voices to the event.
For more information, call Riverside Community Market Association chairman Steve Garrett on 029 2022 7982.
A CHRISTMAS fair will be held at Ysgol Gymraeg Coedy-Gof, Beechley Drive, Pentrebane, Cardiff, on December 7.
The event, which will run between 6pm and 8pm, will include a visit from Father Christmas and craft stalls.
Admission is free for children and pounds 1 for adults which includes tea or coffee and a mince pie.
A CHRISTMAS fair will be held at St Winefride's Private Hospital, Romilly Road, Cardiff, from 1pm this Saturday, December 1.
Admission is 20p. As well as the usual stalls children can meet Father Christmas and have their faces painted.
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|Publication:||South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales)|
|Date:||Nov 29, 2001|
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