Something for the weekend

TALKING animals, carol singing and a Christmas craft fair will all be on offer in Huntingdonshire this weekend to keep adults and kids amused. Going out: A Christmas Carol at Buckden Millennium Centre on Saturday at 2.30pm and 7.30pm – St Neots Player

TALKING animals, carol singing and a Christmas craft fair will all be on offer in Huntingdonshire this weekend to keep adults and kids amused.

Going out:

A Christmas Carol at Buckden Millennium Centre on Saturday at 2.30pm and 7.30pm - St Neots Players will be performing Charles Dickens's classic tale, which has been specially adapted by BAFTA winner, Brendan Sheppard. This promises to be an unmissable show with superb sound, lighting and innovative staging. Tickets cost £10-£7 from 08708 033543 or www.stneotsplayers.co.uk

Christmas concert at the Free Church in St Ives on Saturday at 7.30pm - Seasonal music will be played by the Hemingford Ladies Choir and the Cambridge Guitar Orchestra. Proceeds from the event will go to the refurbishment of the St Ives Corn Exchange. The evening will include mulled wine and mince pies courtesy of Waitrose, St Ives. Tickets cost £8 from the Just Sharing Shop at the Free Church or 01480 465092 or on the door.

Christmas craft spectacular at St Peter's Church in Offord Darcy on Sunday from 11am to 4pm - Handmade jewellery, bags, Christmas wreaths and wooden Christmas decorations are just a few of the festive treats on offer at the event. There will also be a Santa's grotto, carol singing by children from Offord, a children's craft competition and seasonal refreshments.

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