What a spectacular time of year it is! Wandering around Christmas Festivals with a glass of mulled wine or mince pie on the go whilst browsing the tremendous gifts often at bargain prices.

Maybe you are still looking for a few gifts for your loved ones or a special greetings card for relatives across the globe?

Hopefully I can let you in on one of North Lincolnshire’s most exciting events – Kirton-in-Lindsey Christmas Festival  on Sunday 25th November.

The event starts at 3:30pm, with the lights being switched on at 5:00pm. Santa will be there too!!

There will be a whole host of stalls both inside and outside the Town Hall. I am lucky enough to have a table inside and will be celebrating the festival with a whole host of exclusive discounts.

  • Firstly, A5 Greetings cards have just arrived. These are available in 5 delightful designs and have been printed on luxury 300gsm card. Usual price £2.50 per card – SHOW OFFER JUST £2 each or 3 for £5*
  • Next up, Canvas Prints. I’ll be taking along a couple of 20″x16″ canvas prints ready to hang (‘Wold Tops at Sunset’ and ‘Latrigg Sunset from Castlerigg‘) that will be subject to a last chance absolutely lowest special price. Usual price £40 each – SHOW OFFER JUST £30 each or £50 for 2

Sunset Over Latrigg

  • On to another bargain that is too good to miss – Framed A4 Prints. I have two limited stock mounted prints in silver frames ready to hang (‘Highland Cow in Winter‘, ‘Redbourne Mist‘). Their usual price is £35 each – SHOW OFFER JUST £25 each or £40 for 2.
Highland Cow in Winter
  • Finally, a gigantic discount on 10″x8″ mounted prints perfect for that last minute gift or stocking-filler. These are ready to place in your own choice of frame. Usual price £8 each – SHOW OFFER JUST £4.50 each or 3 for £10

I absolutely cannot wait for this event, it is going to be so much fun and I look forward to meeting everyone who visits my stall! See you there!

*15p from the sale of every greetings card will be donated to Lincolnshire Community Assistance Team (reg. charity 1162496) to help fund lifesaving equipment and provide training to their responders .

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