Annual Christmas Street Festival tomorrow (Friday 11th December) in Cuckfield High Street. There will be Charity Stalls, Santa’s Grotto, Irish Dancing, Marching Bugle Band, Best Christmas Window Display sponsored by Cuckfield Society. All welcome to join in the fun from 6.00pm.
Christmas Food Market: The Fantastic local food market for Christmas will be held on 12th December . Delicious cakes, bread, fish, cheese, vegetables, meat and game. Find us at the Talbot courtyard in the High Street from 9.30am until 12.30pm. There will be more stalls this Christmas, and as a special treat the 250th customer to arrive to shop will be given a free selection of foods from the market. Organised by Volunteers to promote locally available food.
Christmas Tree Festival: The annual festival of 81 beautifully decorated and lit trees will be on display in Holy Trinity Church from tomorrow (Friday 11th December) until Sunday (13th December). Entrance at the door is £4 (under 16 years free). This year’s partner charity is The Chestnut Tree House Children’s Hospice. Throughout the festival there will be live music. Refreshments will be available during the three days.
Scrooge is coming to Cuckfield: The Rain and Shine Theatre Company will be presenting a special adaptation of Charles Dickens’ classic tale, A Christmas Carol, in the Queen’s Hall on Tuesday, 22nd December at 7.30pm. This family show is suitable for all over 6 years old. Tickets are £10 adults and £6 children can be obtained from the Queen’s Hall (tel: 01444 4510610) or from Rain or shine credit card hotline 03306600541.
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