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Christmas Market comes to Stamford




Stamford Christmas Market and lights switch-on EMN-141130-185846009
Stamford Christmas Market and lights switch-on EMN-141130-185846009

The ever popular and traditional Stamford Christmas Festival returns to the town this Sunday, November 29, from 10am to 6pm.

The event will be held in the centre of Stamford in the High Street, Ironmonger Street, Broad Street and Red Lion Square, which will be packed with traditional craft stalls offering a wide range of gifts.

Performing at the Stamford Christmas Market and lights switch-on. pupils from Malcom Sargent School and St Gilbert's school EMN-141130-185615009
Performing at the Stamford Christmas Market and lights switch-on. pupils from Malcom Sargent School and St Gilbert's school EMN-141130-185615009

Many of the town’s shops will also be opening for the event so you can finish - or even start - your Christmas shopping.

To add to the festive spirit there will be entertainment galore throughout the day including festive Punch and Judy shows, school choirs, Santa’s grotto, real reindeer and a children’s funfair.

Santa will then board his sleigh at the Town Hall before travelling onto Red Lion Square for the culmination of the event - the big lights switch-on at about 4.30pm.

Red Lion Square, St John’s Street, High Street, Ironmonger Street and Broad Street will be closed from 10pm on Saturday until midnight on Sunday. There will also be a no waiting order in place for Broad Street from midday on Saturday.

For more information visit the Stamford Town Council website at www.stamfordtowncouncil.gov.uk.



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