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Hunstanton Christmas Festival has giant human snow globe, fairground rides and panto characters on November 27

If you want to experience a fun day to start your Christmas season head to Hunstanton on Sunday, November 27 for the town’s Christmas Festival – there’s something for everyone!

Enjoy live music by local bands and schools hosted by Richard Dix of KL1 Radio in the High Street and see Simon Rowe of Radio West Norfolk outside the Princess Theatre with this year’s panto characters appearing near to 5pm for the Christmas light switch-on.

Children’s fairground rides and stalls will also be outside the Princess.

Hunstanton Christmas festival, giant human snow globe
Hunstanton Christmas festival, giant human snow globe

As you walk around, look out for the Fearsome Dragon Walkers and RNLI Stormy Sam. Follow the trail of Candy Canes, Stars and Teddy Bears made by the local Men’s Shed and take part in the treasure hunt as you search out all the “reindeers” located around the town centre.

A number of local businesses are opening longer for the day and putting on extras for everyone to enjoy. There’s a variety of stalls around the town as well as children’s rides. More stalls will be found at the food and gift fair in the Town Hall.

Do try out the human snow globe outside the Town Hall - and take a look at the Christmas-decorated VW Campervans, Minis and Goldwings which will be parked in front of the Town Hall.

Of course, Father Christmas will be in his grotto in the Princess Theatre and there will also be the opportunity to meet the cast of this year’s panto, Cinderella.

Order of events: 10am-5pm food and gift fayre in the Town Hall; 1-6pm live music, stalls, rides and more; 1-6pm snow globe in town hall car park; 5pm Christmas lights switch-on.

If you are a vendor or would just like more information on the day, please email clerk@hunstantontowncouncil.gov.uk or call 01485 532402.

The festival has been organised by Hunstanton Events Group comprising the town council, Round Table, Rotary, Lions, Festival of Arts and the Princess Theatre.

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