Time to get in the festive spirit at Westbury-on-Trym Christmas Fayre
RESIDENTS of Westbury-on-Trym are invited to get in the Christmas spirit at the village’s annual Christmas Fayre.
This year’s event is taking place in Canford Lane and Carlton Court on Saturday December 15 from 11am – 3pm, and it promises to be an afternoon full of festive cheer in support of Help Bristol’s Homeless charity.
There will be plenty of opportunities for Christmas shopping, with a mix of 40 stalls from local independents, live entertainment, delicious food and drink, children's activities and a fun fair.
Some of the stalls on offer include everything from local produce to handmade crafts, cheeses and chutneys to exquisite jewellery, imaginative children’s toys and clothing, plus lots of festive gift ideas.
For food and drink lovers there will be some mouthwatering delights from deli style warm brisket sandwiches to filled crepes.
In addition, there will also be live performances of festive songs by local group African Sambistas, the Westbury-on-Trym Academy choir and Just the Tonic singers.
For the little ones, alongside the fun fair Lipstick and Powder will be offering face painting inside the entrance to the Co-op supermarket, and Santa is also expected to be stopping by.
Speaking about the Westbury-on-Trym Christmas Fayre, organiser Jess Lane said: “The organisational team would like to thank the Carlton Court Independents: Lanes Carpets, Number 7 Kitchen, Edith Wilmot Florist, Kemps Jewellers, Sarah C Fruit & Veg, Westbury Trym and Tone businesses who have kindly sponsored the Fayre and without their support this wonderful community event would not be possible.
“Also special thanks to Premiere Healthcare who are sponsoring the fundraising Tombola.”
To find out more, contact Jess Lane by calling 07305 882 828 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org