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RSPCA East Winch Wildlife Centre holds second Christmas Market this weekend

A wildlife centre is holding its annual Christmas market once again, and will it double in size compared to last year.

The visitor centre at RSPCA’s East Winch Wildlife Centre will be welcoming stallholders this Saturday, giving people the perfect opportunity to start their Christmas shopping.

It will be the second market held at the centre and will be selling an array of items such as crafts, cakes, art, food, plants and gifts.

A previous farmers market at East Winch Wildlife Centre
A previous farmers market at East Winch Wildlife Centre

And while you’re shopping, you may even have a chance to see the seals in the rehabilitation pool.

Evangelos Achilleos, RSPCA East Winch Wildlife Centre manager, said: “Last year our Christmas market was a huge success and we are so grateful to everyone who came along to support us.

“This year we expect it will be even bigger and better - and the Christmas market is double the size it was last year, which means there will be so many things for visitors to purchase.

“We have a tombola, raffle, fresh vegetables, cakes, chocolate, hot waffles, preserves and crafts on offer - just to name a few.”

The event will be held in the centre’s visitor centre from 9am until 3pm in East Winch.

There is parking at the centre and the address is Gayton Rd, East Winch, PE32 1LG.

Evangelos added: “We are inviting people to come down and have a look at all the lovely gifts for Christmas. Those who attend will also be able to visit our shop too. And if seals are in their pools for rehabilitation, you will get to see some through the visitor centre’s window.

“The people of Norfolk and further afield have always been so supportive of our work here. Our open day in the summer was an unbelievable success and we are so thankful to everyone who came along and we hope that they will again take the time to pay us a visit.

“But for those who can’t make it, our shop is always open on Fridays 11am to 4pm and Saturdays, from 10am until 4pm.”

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