Langport Xmas Market Sat 3rd Dec 2016

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Langport Xmas Market

Organised by the Langport Events Group, the Langport Christmas Market will be on Saturday 3rd December 2016.

The market will start at 2.00pm and run right through until 6.30pm when the fantastic LEG firework display will take place as normal on Cocklemoor, along with a hog roast, bar and other food vendors. This will give customers and visitors to town a complete Christmas Shopping and events day including carol singing, music and food & drinks.

There will be stalls in the Angel and at Ridgway Hall — which will be warm and under cover

There will also be Saturday afternoon opening for all shops & cafes until 6.00p.m. Special offers and promotions will be held on the day, there will also be a treasure hunt, launch of the best dressed windows competitions, carol singers and a live band.

If you would like to book a stall or for more information, please contact Kate Gibbins of Windmill Farm Flowers on kate@windmillfarmflowers.co.uk
For stalls at Ridgway Hall please contact Annie on langportyouthclub@hotmail.co.uk

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