Today’s Convent Christmas fair once again kicked off the Christmas season in Gibraltar. Stalls snaked the corridors of the Convent, offering high quality hand made goods, including cakes, crafts, soaps, toys, spices, paintings and preserves.
On Sunday 14th December, the Gibraltar Youth Production Team will carry out a day of makeover portrait sessions to raise funds for the GBC Open Day and Youth Projects. These sessions will cost £45.
Ahead of Thursday’s Convent Christmas Fair, the Governor’s wife Lady Dutton was today presented with a moped to raffle off at the event. Commenting on how it felt to be part of the event, which has become somewhat of a traditional kick off to the festive season in Gibraltar, Lady Dutton noted that she was extremely excited to have been a part of the organization, adding that this would officially mark the start of Christmas for her.
A big Movember shave-off is set to take place this Saturday. Before the end of the month-long campaign to raise awareness for prostate cancer, the Prostate Cancer Support Group would like to thank everyone who has contributed in any way to the success of their Movember Campaign.
In conjunction with the Royal Gibraltar Police, young members of the Laguna Youth Club are raising money for GBC Open Day by organising an 84 kilometre BIKE-A-THON on Saturday 6th December from 10.30am – 2.30pm.
The event will be held at Laguna Youth Club with food and a bouncy castle on offer for all residents in the community.