BRACKEN Bank is entitled its seasonal fare as the ‘Christmas Bizarre’.

The event will be at the Sue Belcher Centre on Bracken Bank Avenue on Saturday (December 6) from noon till 4pm.

Attractions will include festive face painting, pre-school activities, stalls selling Christmas goods, a tombola, raffle and festive-themed Forest School activities.

The event is being organised by the Bracken Bank and District Community Association, which runs the centre, and other local volunteers.

Funding has come from ward councillors, Low Fold Children’s Centre and Keighley Play Forum, with donations from several local businesses.

Volunteers from the Good Life Coffee Stop and Craft Tea Corner, who both use the centre, will provide the decorations and create Santa’s grotto.

The Tea Corner volunteers recently raise £165 by making and knitting poppies, with all money going to the Royal British Legion.

Group chairman David Weston wanted to thank The Works in the Airedale Shopping Centre for selling the poppies.