Linkage to bring festive feel

Philip Williams from Linkage Community Trust. EMN-141118-101303001
Philip Williams from Linkage Community Trust. EMN-141118-101303001

The learning disability charity, Linkage Community Trust, will be giving Louth Town Hall a festive feel later this month with its annual Christmas Fair.

Among new features this year will be Christmas cards designed by Linkage’s artist in residence, Philip Williams, plus a new cookery book, Tastes of Linkage, which will be in aid of the charity’s new developments at Boultham Park in Lincoln.

The event, on Wednesday November 26 from 10.30am-2.30pm, will also include raffles, tombolas, crafts and Christmas decorations for sale, and performances by Linkage Voices, the choir formed by clients who attend the charity’s daytime Adult Skills service. The choir made its debut at last year’s event.

Adult Skills Manager, Chris Teesdale said: “The stall-holders have been working hard on planning what they want to sell and all proceeds will go towards the work of Linkage across Lincolnshire.

“It’s a lovely event and I hope shoppers will visit us to pick up unique Christmas gifts.”

Admission is free to the fair.