26 Nov 2010 No Comments
Celebrate the start of Christmas at Keswick’s Traditional Fayre
Keswick Traditional Christmas Fayre will take place on Sunday 5th December at various locations around the town centre. The official proceedings will start with Dearham Band marching around market square at 11.15am. With the towns Christmas tree and lights shining brightly and a host of street entertainment come and enjoy the town’s warm and welcoming hospitality at this special time of year and mark the start of the Festive season with friends and family.
One year on from the overwhelming floods of last winter and the Fayre will show how strong the town of Keswick is and welcome even more charity stalls than ever before run by local organisations and charities. A full programme of entertainment has been created featuring for the first time the “Committed 2 Rock Choir” from Whitehaven. Also featured are Keswick School Jazz Band, Keswick Community choir, and of course a visit from Santa who will be at his grotto from 11.45am.
Graham Simons, Vice-Chairman of the Traditional Christmas Fayre Committee says:
“This year’s Traditional Christmas Fayre is our biggest yet. Come and visit, and enjoy a great day out in Keswick for all the family”
In conjunction with the Fayre, numerous shops and businesses will be taking part in the annual window dressing competition and the winners and trophies for the best windows will be presented on stage during the day. On the 5th December, courtesy of Allerdale Borough Council, parking in Keswick’s car parks (excluding supermarkets and the Rugby Club) will be free of charge.