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  • Carla Evans

Cranberry Balls & Christmas Hours

So... umm... it’s 26th November 2019…i.e. one month til Christmas and nearly the year 2020!  How on earth did that happen?  I remember the year 2020 being referred to in movies when I was a kid and it sounded like it would be the space age - Jetsons here we come! (Apologies if you are too young to remember the Jetsons!)

Christmas & New Years Hours: I will be working through Christmas and New Year (just taking public holidays off) as I'll be taking some time off in Feb/March when hubby's parents are visiting from the U.K.

Tues 24th Dec - open Wed 25th Dec - closed Thurs 26th Dec - closed Sat 28th Dec - open Tues 31st Dec - open Wed 1st Jan - closed Thurs 2nd Jan - open Sat 4th Jan - open

Pre-bookings for 2020: I’ve finally got around to looking at the calendar for next year so I can now take bookings for those that like to book in advance.  Here are the days and times available:

McLaren Vale Tues  9am, 10:30am, 12pm, 2pm Thurs  2pm, 3:30pm, 5pm Sat  9am, 10:30am, 12pm, 1:30pm, 3pm

Blackwood Wed  9:30am, 10:45am, 12pm, 1:15pm, 2:30pm, 3:45pm, 5pm 

If you were a new client this year I'll explain how the pre-booking works :)  You are welcome to book your appointments in advance for the the whole or part of the year ahead.  Just let me know the day, time, approximately how far apart you would like the appointments and what date you'd like to start e.g. Sat 9am every 6 weeks starting mid-January.  I'll then pencil them all in and email you with the dates so you can double check them.  No pre-payment is required and you can still cancel them at anytime, just give me 24 hours notice as usual.  The advantages are you get the day and time you prefer as some popular times get booked up plus it saves time at your appointment.  It also helps me manage times for booking in new clients as I know that current clients are already catered for.

It's absolutely fine if this approach is not for you, you can still book appointment to appointment :)

Ok, enough with the admin, here is a slightly Christmassy recipe for Cranberry Balls to start to get you in the festive mood!


Carla :)



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