Northcliff High’s Christmas market a success

Northcliff High School teachers, Alison Bell and Shanitha Maharaj are in festive spirit as they man one of the market stalls. Photo: Supplied

Christmas arrived early this year at Northcliff High School thanks to the school’s Debs and Squires, parents and staff members who hosted the annual Christmas market on the evening of 24 November.

With handmade crafts and food items on sale, as well as 125 market stalls featuring a large selection of gifts and goods, young and old were able to enjoy some early Christmas shopping for their loved ones.

Marketing manager for the school, Jacqui Torado said, “The market tried to cater for everyone. There was something for everyone.”

By hosting the market, the Debs and Squires’ were also able to raise funds for the school.

“Thank you to all who came and supported our market.”

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