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Mistletoe Fair comes to Crawley

Now open in Queens Sq!

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Christmas is truely on its way and now you can find the perfect ‘unique’ gift for that someone special.

Brought to Crawley by shopforsomethingdifferent.com the Mistletoe Fair has opened in Queen’s Square.

The fair is open until 22nd Dec every day from 09:30 to 17:00 Mon – Sat and 10:00 till 16:00 on Sundays.

But what makes this fair unique is the stands sell items that you can’t normally find on the High Street.

But there are also great elements for all the family as well with a Santa Phone box that launches just before the big day so the children can call Santa and make sure he is bringing what they asked for! Or have them send a letter to him right now.

One customer Arole said:

“We went there today and was amazed by the quality of the craft and was able to by some lovely gifts for Christmas and the people was very nice to thank you to all.”

Another, Samantha said:

“We went in there yesterday and thought how marvellous it was 😊 “

Once inside take a wander around the large range of stalls and you’ll see the wide range of stalls available.

As you enter you are greeted by a wonderful gallery of images that are just adorable.

Then there are the unique clothes stalls, one for adults and…

…one for children with some of the most wonderful outfits around.

Then there are the stalls you just need from spectacle cleaning to…

…phone chargers (you can never have enough).

Then there are the perfect Christmas gifts with wonderfully weaved baskets ready to put treats in.

Next up the ever popular magnetic bracelets followed by…

…the essentials for the sporting fans.

For the ladies there is a hat and scarf stall and…

…looking for the perfect watch or jewelry there is even a stall for that.

For the most unique gifts you have to check out the baskets that turn into chopping boards.

Or stock up on the perfect stocking fillers for kids.

Great products for hair is opposite…

…great gifts all packaged up in small tins, they look fantastic.

And you will never be stuck for something different to give someone with a stand full of fantastic plaques and boxes.

Did we mention there is more than one jewelry stand?

And what about some of these amazing signs and mugs?

And here is something different, why not take a moment and visit a Psychic Medium on her own stall?

Finally what about making treating yourself to something that will really capture the light?

Go check out the fair and find that something unique and special!

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Wood, furniture & electrical among more items allowed at Crawley’s Waste Recycling Site from Monday

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Household Waste Recycling Sites will start accepting more items including wood, furniture and electrical items from Monday 1st June.

Residents will be able to dispose of the following items at all sites in West Sussex:

• garden waste
• general household waste
• wood
• cardboard
• electrical items
• bulky items
• white goods
• furniture.

Unfortunately, soil, hardcore, plasterboard, asbestos, tyres and textiles/clothes will not be allowed at this time. This is to ensure social distancing measures can be maintained and to limit queues.

The mobile services at Selsey and the Witterings will begin reopening from Thursday 4 June for wood and green waste only, starting with the Witterings.

Residents are still asked to only visit sites if their journey is necessary and their waste or recycling is not suitable for kerbside collection.

Social distancing measures are in place at all sites which means a smaller number of people will be allowed in at one time, and could result in long queues.

Deborah Urquhart, West Sussex County Council Cabinet Member for Environment, said:

“The sites will soon be able to accept a much wider variety of waste, starting from Monday 1st June, including cardboard, electrical items and furniture. I am also pleased to say we are reopening the mobile services at Selsey and the Witterings from Thursday 4 June for green waste and wood only, starting with the Witterings.

“I would like to thank everyone who has been storing their waste safely at home up until now.

“Sites are likely to be busy with long queues so please consider whether your journey is necessary before you set off.”

Vans and pickup trucks with a permit can now enter sites. Trailers are still not allowed at this time, to help ensure social distancing and to limit queues.

To apply for a van or pickup permit, visit: https://www.westsussex.gov.uk/land-waste-and-housing/waste-and-recycling/van-pickup-and-trailer-waste-permit/

Follow @WSRecycles on social media or sign up for our e-newsletter at www.wastepreventionwestsussex.co.uk to receive the latest information as it becomes available.

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