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With only 75 days to go until Christmas Day, the team at Monica Bradley Associates are getting into the festive spirit already, and are delighted to confirm they are sponsoring the Cheam Village Christmas Fair this year.

Taking place on Friday 7th December, the event kicks off at 5pm and features a craft fair and late-night shopping, music and entertainment from Radio Marsden together with local dance groups and choirs, as well as a visit from Santa himself!

To top off the celebrations, Tim Vine will be switching on the village lights at 7pm on the evening, and for those who fancy a yuletide tipple there will be gin and prosecco vans to get visitors in the party mood.

Kasumi Witty, Chair of the organising committee for the Cheam Christmas Fair comments, “We’re delighted to have Monica Bradley Associates on board as sponsors of the event this year. Thanks to Monica’s support, we’re able to provide some of the free children’s activities and fund a large part of this fantastic community event.”

Monica Bradley, Founder of Monica Bradley Associates explains, “Christmas is absolutely my favourite time of year, and any of my team will tell you that I get so excited about the festive season, I start planning months in advance! So, when the opportunity arose to sponsor the Christmas Fair in the village this year, I jumped at the chance. It’s a wonderful initiative that really brings the community together, so being part of it is something really special.”

To find out more and to book children’s activities for the event, go to facebook.com/cheamvillagechristmas

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