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Plans Announced For 2011 Eastcote Christmas Event

Eastcote Christmas Market & Fair 2011Probably North-West London’s largest specialty Christmas street Market. In 2010 the event attracted 10,000 visitors. This year’s event promises to be an event packed full of family festive fun. Eastcote Town Centre (Metropolitan & Piccadilly Lines) will again play host to a feast of continental and artisan stalls courtesy of leading events company www.savior-fayre.com

You’re invited to join the amazing Candle-light Parade, Carol Service and Christmas blessing; led by the ministers of the town’s four churches, from approximately 4pm.

The RSPCA (yes the animal charity) will present a fashion show for the style conscious and show just what a bargain hunters’ paradise charity shops can be even for the most discerning fashion conscious. On the main stage at approx 3pm

Our Friends, from Brixton’s fair, will be bringing the largest Fun Fair ever seen in the village, there will be a multitude of Children’s rides and for the more adventurous everything from the Big Wheel towering over Morford Way, to the famous Miami Boost. And, for adrenalin junkies only, The  150 ft Tall Booster 2 Do you have a head for heights?

A whole host of live bands, groups, singers and dancers will perform throughout the day from 10am on the main stage.

The London Motor Museum will be bringing a collection of their amazing custom and famous film cars to town. Amongst their collection is everything from “Del Boy’s” Reliant Robin to the Batmobile, not to mention the delightful Herbie the lovebughttp://www.londonmotormuseum.co.uk

For the younger ones among you, why not catch a Christmas storytelling session in the comfort of the newly refurbished Eastcote Library – open especially on a Sunday! Perhaps mum, dad, auntie and uncle can enjoy a well earned Cafè Latte from the library coffee shop at the same time.

Catch up with the event news and join in the village’s transition into a Christmas Wonderland at www.eastcotefestival.co.uk better still come and join us Sunday 4thDecember 2011, and don’t forget to tell your friends!