Hailsham is gearing up for a spectacular show featuring carols, festive refreshments, Christmas music and more from 4pm leading up to the big switch-on at 6pm, which will see the town centre transformed into a winter wonderland of Christmas lights.
Santa will be handing out free sweets to children, Hailsham FM will be playing Christmas music and Hailsham Parish Church will be open to warmly welcome visitors after the switch-on, serving free refreshments! >>PROMOTIONAL ADVERT
The town centre will be home to a range of stalls selling food, gifts and more at this year’s Christmas Market and festive refreshments will be on sale to tempt visitors.
The event will also feature live entertainment including carol singing and a Best Dressed Elf fancy dress contest (judging at the Cattle Market site at midday). Hailsham FM will be playing popular Christmas tunes throughout and Santa will be handing out free sweets to children! >>PROMOTIONAL ADVERT
The go-ahead has been given by Wealden District Council to start consulting about new proposals to regenerate the Vicarage Field area of Hailsham town centre.
The proposals include creating a new retail format for the shopping centre, with an emphasis on cafes, restaurants and entertainment. They also include plans for up to 280 apartments and town houses, a multi-storey car park, public service offices, and re-provisioning of existing facilities including the Charles Hunt Centre.
>> View Wealden District Council’s PRESENTATION DOCUMENT
Every Saturday in Vicarage Field from 8.30am to 3pm (weather permitting).
By supporting local producers, growers, suppliers and offering them the opportunity to sell locally, Hailsham Street Market is an ideal way of showcasing the diverse range of products available in Hailsham and neighbouring villages. So, why not come down to the street market and support independent local trade!
We would like to hear from anyone interested in becoming a market stall trader at Hailsham Street Market. For further information or to book a stall, please call 01323 841702. Alternatively, email us or visit www.hailshamstreetmarket.org.
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