Sunflowers Mental Health & Well-Being is promising a day of festive fun and entertainment for all at its annual Indoor Christmas Market on Saturday 27th November.
The Market, which takes place at the Hellingly Community Hub from 11am-3pm, is being organised by Sunflowers Mental Health & Well-Being CIC, a non-profit, community based project providing well-being support and covering East Sussex – currently focusing on the Wealden areas, including Hailsham.
The event will feature festive music and entertainment, food, drink and a range of stalls selling Christmas gifts and other items.
The Mayor of Hailsham, Councillor Paul Holbrook, will officially open the event at 11am.
Looking forward to attending the Sunflowers Christmas Market, Councillor Holbrook said: “The Hellingly Community Hub provides the perfect backdrop for this quintessential annual festive event, so ably organised by Sunflowers and its partners. Organisers have really got something for everyone this year; great entertainment, incredible stalls selling amazing Christmas gifts, food, drink, visits to Santa for the children and much more.”
“I am delighted to have been asked to open this important event and look forward to supporting Sunflowers in other events and with their work well into the future.”
Sunflowers Mental Health & Well-Being offers free counselling for individuals and families battling with anxiety and depression and have since the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic, reached out to those who have suffered traumas or bereavement in these uncertain times.
The organisation is actively putting teams of volunteers together to help support surrounding communities in East Sussex.
For more information, contact Sunflowers on 01323 840046, by email or visit their Facebook page for full details of services, activities and events.
Terry Hall, Communications & Public Information Officer
Hailsham Town Council, Market Street, Hailsham, East Sussex, BN27 2AE
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