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The Richmond Tree Festival is Friday 1st-Saturday 9th December. The Methodist church will be open 10-4pm every day, with the Richmond Town Trail 'Follow the Star!' starting and finishing here.

Friday 1st, 6pm onwards: Tree Festival launch, with Musicality Ladies' Choir and refreshments

Saturday 2nd, 10-1pm: Christmas Fair

Sunday 3rd: 12pm Richmond Methodist School Choir.
2-4pm Felting Workshop, tickets £6 for adults or accompanied children, limited places, contact 01748 518148 to book

Wednesday 6th: 10-12pm, Children's storytelling session with Rhoda Fraser. 2-4pm, Christmas afternoon tea and music.

Saturday 9th, 10-2pm: Pet Fayre
7pm: Muker Silver Band in concert, tickets £5 adults/£3 children. Contact 01748 518148

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