Hillhouse, the Kilmarnock-based charity, is holding its annual Christmas Fair on Sunday 24 November.
The Fair will take place in St. Joseph's Church Hall on Hill Street and is set to run from 10am until 3pm. Tickets cost just £1 for adults and 50 pence for children and this covers entrance to the Fair and delicious coffee and cake.
There will be a number of festive stalls selling gifts and bric-a-brac including books and DVDs, cards, crafts, paintings, fancy goods and bakery items. Look Again, the much-loved gift shop located in Galston, will also have a stall selling a great selection of goods from its shop. All profits raised from the Fair will be used by Hillhouse to help local people and families facing financial difficulties.
Sarah Hall, Business Development Manager, Hillhouse, said:
"Our Christmas Fair is always a fantastic day out for all of the family. This year, we've got lots of exciting stalls selling gifts, homeware and handicrafts that children, teenagers and adults will love. There will be a raffle to win a bottle of something special and we'll even have a pony and trap giving rides to our visitors.
"Come along on the 24th and join in the fun. It's a great opportunity to pick up some Christmas bargains, get into the festive spirit and support the work of Hillhouse. Pop in before the Christmas lights are switched on in town!"