Saturday, 22 November 2008

A Central Road Christmas

Christmas on Central Road (Photo from The Brinkster)

The fun starts at 6pm on Friday (28th November) a it looks set to be a great evening out for the family with entertainment including:
  • A funfair at the car park of the old M&S (next to The Huntsmans Hall)

  • Rides and various stalls up and down the High St, including three bouncy castles

  • Music from the Green Lane choir

  • Mr Trickey will be walking up and down, making balloon animals for the kids

  • Trad Jazz and Acoustic band

  • A fully kilted Highland Piper

  • Stalls with food, teas and coffees and of course the parade

Plenty of Worcester Park shops will be open late - many offering special festive discounts, promotions and festive drinks and nibbles to add that special sparkle to your Christmas shopping:

  • One Stop Party Shop: special discounts and balloons

  • Dawson Aerials: seasonal foods

  • Casuals: Deals on footware, and some festive nibbles

  • Hendys: Mince pies and drinks

  • Cycle Power: special offers

  • Central Plumbing: Champagne and the works

  • Graham Lee Carpets: Discounts and free mats

  • Kingfish: Special secret surprise!

  • Mr Ink: Kids Balloons

  • The Seasonal Shops: Face painting/nibbles and a magician

  • Party Express: Goodie bags

  • Woodward Bros: festive nibbles

3 COMMENTS (Add Yours Now!):

Columbo Central said...

Interesting....Interesting...What to go for first?..'Free Mats' or 'Special secret surprise' from Kingfish!? Excited and worried at same time lol... looking forward to it though!!

Anonymous said...

Shame the Betty Boop shop isn't doing anything

Grant said...

Let's hope it stays dry. I remember coming home from work last year in the rain and the gales to see Central Road deserted and people sheltering where they could. Best wishes to all involved and let's start to bring back the community spirit to WP. I've lived here over 10 years and yes it's changed a lot in that time but it's still a great place to live which is why I'm still here.

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