Get festive at North Wootton’s annual Christmas fair – with light switch on too
Enjoy a festive day at a Christmas fair with a light switch-on too.
North Wootton Village Hall is hosting its annual Christmas fair this Saturday from 10am-5pm, and organisers promise some excellent early Christmas presents.
On the day, there will be a craft market featuring an array of stalls selling Christmas decorations, gifts, and locally sourced and produced food and drink – as well as freshly cut Christmas trees for sale.
There will also be free live entertainment from The Ukulele Elves and local singer Claire Scollay.
Children and those young at heart can also visit Santa’s reindeer too, free of charge.
Antony Lamb, the village hall’s events organiser, said: “Christmas is traditionally a time of celebration, and we want the community to be able to come together without any financial barriers.
“Entry to the Christmas fair is free and we are providing free entertainment on the day as well as a chance to see real reindeer, and we will switch on festive lights and decorations for the village to enjoy for the rest of the season.”
The raffle has been supported by local businesses with high-value prizes, and the event will be attended by Cllr Margaret Wilkinson, the mayor of West Norfolk.
Mr Lamb added: “We hope this will be a Christmassy experience as well as a shopping event, we are now in our seventh year and really want to make it a day for the local community to soak up the festive atmosphere.”
Parking is available at The Woottons Surgery, also on Priory Lane.
All proceeds from the Christmas fair will go to North Wootton Village Hall, a registered charity, and used towards the upkeep and ongoing refurbishment of the building.
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