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15 December 2017

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What's happening at 'Christmas in the Triangle'? PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 01 December 2017 08:25

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Saturday, December 16, 11am-2pm 
  Updated: The popular Christmas in the Triangle event returns to Bitterne Park on Saturday, December 16 with a range of attractions including the ‘living nativity’ and Father Christmas. Read on for more details…


Organised by local traders and churches, so far the following have been announced (and do come back to this piece which we'll try to keep current with any updates):

Christmas at the Triangle video still 2015

  • A living nativity at The Old Chemist
  • Father Christmas - £3
  • Children's crafts and competition
  • Raffle (tickets from The Coop and other shops)
  • Carol Singing at The Clock Tower - 12 - 12.30 pm from 11 am
  • This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it to take part or if you play a brass instrument
  • Christmas Bottle Shop & free beer tasting at The Butcher's Hook
  • Mulled Wine & mince pies at McCarthy & Stone (rear of Songbird café)
  • Turkey Baps/hot food at Miss Ellies
  • Bike Doctor at Ride Ride

plus much more from Triangle Traders.

Parking/transport info is here.

Please be aware that the road is likely to be OPEN to traffic during what is likely to be a busy event. In previous years there have been stewards in high visibility gear, aiming to keep people as safe as possible.

To download/view a flyer, which gives this information, as well as dates and times of carol services at various local Christmas churches this year, please click here (3.4mb PDF).

Here's our video about the 2015 event to give you a flavour...

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