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Kingsbridge Celebrates Christmas Saturday 2nd December 2017


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t’s December, you’re feeling festive and what better place to


kick-start the season than at Kingsbridge Celebrates Christmas. Each year on the first Saturday in December we give you the perfect opportunity to get started on the Christmas shopping, with stalls lining Fore Street, a Farmers Market on the Town Square and plenty of food and drink to keep your energy levels up.


Bring your hampers and start the day at the Farmers Market, selecting all your festive foodie treats from local producers. As you browse listen to the carol singers perform, then welcome Father Christmas as he arrives in style. Children can visit him on his sleigh and receive a gift, all for free thanks to local sponsorship. Adding to the magical atmosphere will be live music and entertainment from the Kingsbridge Silver Band, the Kingsmen, Carousel and Dan Brazier the Magician.


Shops with their brightly lit windows and costumed staff, will be offering one-off promotions. Stalls will be laden with a wide variety of wonderful


gifts and festive treats. Plus a craft fair will run at the bottom of the


town providing an even bigger and better opportunity to browse and complete your Christmas shopping.


End the day on the Town Square where


you can witness the Christmas lights being switched on and children can participate in a special Christmas Disco!


More details are available on the website or on


Facebook. If you are interested in being involved, having a stall or providing entertainment, contact Samantha Dennis on 01548 853 195 or info@kingsbridgecelebrateschristmas.com


www.kingsbridgecelebrateschristmas.com


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