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Wealth of Wiltshire Christmas Fayre marks the start of the festive season

Wealth of Wiltshire Christmas Fayre marks the start of the festive season

 

 

 

 

Get in the Christmas spirit at County Hall in Trowbridge next week when dozens of businesses selling a variety of unique gift ideas take part in the Wealth of Wiltshire Christmas Fayre.

More than 40 local traders will be showcasing a range of items, including jewellery, paintings, upcycled gifts, original handcrafted items, ceramics, cards, and novelty gifts from 10am to 4pm at the Wiltshire Council run event.

A host of fun and activities are planned during the day. Pupils from local schools and the Wiltshire Council Choir will be singing Christmas classics, while a magic show, balloon making, a story hunt, a school nativity play and festive face painting will keep all ages entertained. There will also be special visits from a winter princess and mascot Trowbridge Ted.

The venue café will be open throughout the day serving Christmas themed food and drinks.

For more details on stall holders and other activities during the day visit  http://www.wiltshire.gov.uk/community-environment-street-markets

Time Activity Location
10am –     4pm
Market stalls open
Atrium
10am –    10.30am
Festive rhyme time
Library
11am –    11.30am
Studley Green Primary School choir performance
Stage
11am –    3pm
German food stall run by Elior
Dining Hall
11am –    4pm
Balloon modelling and magic show with Dave Hickory
Exhibition Space
11am –    4pm
Face painting with Fantasy Faces
Exhibition Space
11.30am -11.50am
Christmas Story Time Trail
Library
12.30pm – 1pm
Wiltshire Council choir
Stage
2pm –       2.30pm
St John’s Catholic Primary School choir performance
Stage
2.45pm – 3pm
Bellefield Primary School Nativity Play
Library/Atrium
3pm –      3.15pm
Trowbridge Ted
Library/Atrium
3.15pm – 3.45pm
Visit from a winter princess
Library/Atrium
3.45pm – 4pm
Trowbridge Ted
Library/Atrium

 


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