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Playground: Christmas Get Together

Event date
18 December 2019 (2pm to 4pm)
Status
Open
Playground: Christmas Get Together
Christmas is our favourite time of year at the Playground! Come and join our celebrations with a fun Christmas jumper making session alongside a festive lunch and film screening.  

On the day you can listen to your favourite Christmas songs, make a fabulous Christmas jumper, join us for a festive lunch and watch a favourite Christmas film. 

All are welcome including parents, carers and families. Children under 16 will need to be accompanied by an adult.  

Our community events are free to attend. RSVP or just sign up on the day (subject to spaces). Please RSVP to: playground@arts.ac.uk 


Playground is a new community space on Wilson Road in Camberwell, part of Camberwell College of Arts. 

Find out more: https://www.facebook.com/playgroundual 

Image: John Sturrock, work: Sally Cheung 

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