Dickensian Christmas Craft Fayre in Flambards’ Victorian Village
We can’t think of a better way to kick off the festive season than a walk around Flambard’s Victorian Village and a chance to shop! Read on to find out what’s happening on the cobbles this Christmas.
Over 80 local craft makers will be lining the cobbles of Flambards’ famous Victorian Village and throughout other areas of the park for the Christmas Craft Fayre this festive season (Saturday 30th November – Sunday 1st December).
For a truly Dickensian Christmas shopping experience, whatever the weather, visitors can head inside to explore the full-sized Victorian Village and discover craft stalls, sample local treats and enjoy a drink among the authentic 19th Century installations including a milliners, butchers and sweet shop among many others.
Back for its fifth year, Flambards Christmas Craft Fayre is a festive and family-friendly event, combining the magic of Christmas with the perfect opportunity to choose some great gifts and treats for loved ones.
Added entertainment will be on offer in the form of Helston Town band for a Christmas Carol sing-a-long making a wonderfully merry atmosphere in the theme park and indoor exhibitions.
The Victorian Village is a journey back in time where visitors can peer through window panes to 60 nostalgic scenes giving an insight into the life of a tobacconist, police man, a teacher and a society lady, among many others.
Visitors can also explore the rest of Flambards Indoor Attractions which include the dramatic re-creation of a London street during wartime Britain.
Experiencing life on the Homefront, visitors will feel the ground shake beneath them after another bomb hits and hear the deafening sound of an air raid siren in the Britain in the Blitz exhibition.
For the weekend Flambards have set the special price of £1 for all those wishing to peruse the festive treats on offer.
Saturday 30th November open from 9am
Sunday 1st November open from 10am
Issued by Flamingo Marketing on behalf of Flambards Theme Park. For more information please contact: Jaimie Poyner | firstname.lastname@example.org