Christmas at Kelmarsh

30 November 2013
01 December 2013

Christmas at Kelmarsh makes a return this year, with highlights including a luxury food market, children’s festive storytelling and the chance to meet Father Christmas.

The two-day event in the Hall will also include free children’s Christmas decoration workshops, wreath-making demonstrations, bespoke Christmas gifts and cookery demonstrations. Christmas trees will be on sale and hot refreshments will be available, with a number of local choirs providing some festive song.

This year's exhibitors include:
Seaton Gifts
Concept 6 (beauty)
Purely Simple Limited (children's clothing)
Stuart Shoes
Bijoux (ladies accessories)
Bee Fayre
Handmade Treats
Door Steps (cookie mixture)
Craven and Hargreaves (homeware)
Warner Edwards gin
Chocolate Alchemy
Box Delux
Brocklebys Food 
Ronik Accessories 
Colour White Photography
Grasmere Farm
Quinn's Bookshop

We are also holding a raffle to raise money for our Orangery restoration project. Special thanks to the following companies who have donated prizes:

Concept 6 Beauty
Next
Joules
English Heritage
Kelmarsh Country Fair
Shambala Music Festival
Viva Vino
Kettering Park Hotel
Shires Cookery School
Waitrose
Haddonstone

In addition there will be a tombola with prizes donated by our exhibitors and a Kelmarsh stall selling jams, chutneys and cakes made by the Kelmarsh volunteers.

Pay a visit and see the Grade I listed Hall decorated for Christmas, with roaring open fires and a 12ft Christmas tree. There will be exhibitors in the Great Hall, Ballroom, Stables and outdoors, with entertainment and demonstrations in the Saloon. Admission to the Fair is £5 per person (free for under-fives), with an additional charge of £5 for children who would like to visit Father Christmas (includes gift). Opening hours are 10am to 5pm on both days. 

Parking is limited so please consider car sharing with friends and family. Off site parking will be available with a mini bus shuttle service.

Please note that pushchairs cannot be taken into the Hall due to limited space.

 

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