Despite Storm Arwen, Aurora Wellbeing Centres were well supported on December 4 at their annual Christmas market by the people of Worksop.
Local craft stalls were selling a range of unique Christmas gifts, from honey, knitted toys, and even bespoke dog bow-ties. There was also the usual tombola and raffles.
Children made traditional Christmas decorations and searched the centre for hidden Santas and elves, while adults enjoyed a treat in Valerie’s Tearooms.
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The proceeds of the event will help support Aurora to provide their services for people diagnosed with cancer or a long term health condition. On December 10 the centre are hosting a clothing and homeware sale from 2.30pm until 4.30pm.