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Come on down to Shelter from the Storm’s xmas fete 2011



Come one, come all to the festive event of the year: Shelter from the Storm’s xmas fete from 12-6pm on Islington Green, Angel, on 17 December. 

We have all sorts of fun, festive things in store: santa's grotto, gifts galore, a kids craft area, mulled wine, hot food, cakes and mince pies, vintage clothes, books and art.

Good times. And it's all for a good cause. It’s free to attend and all the money raised from the event will go straight back into Shelter from the Storm.

You can also take part in our raffle bonanza – tickets are only £1 each – and be in the running to win some awesome prizes, including:

  • Arsenal Family Stadium Tour
  • de Longhi Espresso machine (£250)
  • Fortnum & Mason Hamper £250
  • ghd hair straighteners
  • Dom Perignon Vintage Champagne 
  • An iphone
  • A blackberry
  • 6 fragrances (Armani, Gucci and Hugo Boss), mixed men’s and women’s
  • 4 tickets to watch Soccer AM Live
  • 3 pairs of tickets for comedy shows
  • Hairdo Pimps & Pinups Spitalfields
  • 3x£20 Voucher Vintage stalls Camden Passage
  • Fruit Hamper Taylor & Son Chapel Market
  • £20 voucher from "The only place for pictures" 216 upper street
  • de Longhi Espresso machine worth £250.00 
  • Bouquet of flowers voucher Theberton st. florist)
  • DAB Radio (Chapel St Electrical Store)
  • 2 tickets to a West End Show
  • 3 boxes of Prestat chocolates
  • 2 Tickets for Justice at Brixton Academy - Feb 2012
  • 2 Tickets for NME awards tour at Brixton Academy - Feb 2012
  • Front Cover Make up kit
  • £20.00 Foyles book token
  • 2 tickets Shaftsbury theatre
  • Lunch for 2 at Rochelle canteen
  • £50.00 voucher Pizza East
If you want tickets, get in touch at

Lock the date in now, people – it’s going to be big. Looking forward to seeing you there.

But if you can’t, you can always support our xmas appeal at

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