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Spider-Ede Children’s Christmas Party

Christmas Party Poster

🎄Come and join the Christmas fun!⛄️

For just £7 per child there will be a grotto with a gift, disco, children’s buffet and so much more!

Don’t forget to dress to impress, you could win the Christmas outfit competition!! 🎉🎁

St. Joseph’s Social Club, Birkenhead, 16th December, 12-3pm

Contact Hazel Anderson on hazel@spider-ede.org.uk to book tickets.
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Christmas Craft Fair, 1st December

To continue with Edie’s legacy we will be raising funds with The Bradley Lowery Foundation for the research of DIPG and also offering support to North West families that go through the heartbreak and devastation that we have.

We are holding a Christmas Craft Fair on Saturday 1st December from 11am, at St Joseph’s social club, Greenbank Road, Birkenhead.

With a variety of craft stalls selling handmade goods, Santa’s grotto and a carwash service (weather dependent) will be available too.

Christmas Ede at the Mad House

Our Christmas Ede party was a roaring success! Thank you so much to Jessica Edwards of the Mad House in Bebington, and all of the amazing super heroes who helped! A massive £2040 for Edie’s appeal was raised!

Our little Spider-Ede certainly enjoyed herself and also helped drawing and announcing the raffle prize winners!

edie-raffle-announcing

Santa Came Early!

This evening we were visited by Santa in his sleigh! His friend, John, heard of our appeal and made his own appeal. To give Edie, her sister Niamh and brother Lenny, a mountain of presents and a very magical visit. Over 50 presents were delivered by Santa to us this evening. The children were certainly excited and we are overwhelmed by the generosity of those who donated a present for this.

Santa with Spider-Ede, Wonder Niamh and Iron-Len

The Floral Pavilion

Edie May with the cast of the Floral Pavillion's Peter Pan

Today we went to The Floral Pavilion in New Brighton to watch their Christmas pantomime Peter Pan. Marc Baylis is one of the stars of this play as Captain Hook, and made a personal appeal after the show on stage and on his Twitter feed for us. We also got to meet the cast back stage! The collection held after with the audience raised a whopping £637.19!!

We all had a wonderful time and really appreciate the time taken by all of the cast members to meet us and get behind our appeal. Thanks again guys!

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