Fair fills Nailsea with Christmas cheer

PUBLISHED: 10:00 05 December 2017

Mr Crombo entertains
 visitors at Nailsea Christmas fair.

Mr Crombo entertains visitors at Nailsea Christmas fair.

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Santa’s grotto, donkeys, singers and panto stars helped revellers get into the festive spirit at Nailsea’s Christmas fair.

Donkey rides were very popular. Donkey rides were very popular.

Hundreds of families visited the popular seasonal event to sip mulled wine and enjoy the host of performances on offer.

A skate rink and donkeys dressed as reindeer were a huge success, while children from Nailsea’s youth club served hot chocolate to shoppers from their new base at Number 65 High Street.

The town centre was brimming with Christmas cheer with shops opening late and stalls selling out of many of products.

The singers and dancers and the We Love Nailsea Choir drew cheers and applause as they entertained the joyful crowds and children lit up the streets with the lantern parade.

Nailsea School choir performed for revellers. Nailsea School choir performed for revellers.

Members of Nailsea Community Fair Committee would like to thank everyone who supported the event and helped to make it a huge success.

Shoppers enjoyed browsing the stalls. Shoppers enjoyed browsing the stalls.

Children enjoyed sessions on the skate rink. Children enjoyed sessions on the skate rink.

The skate rink was a huge hit with families. The skate rink was a huge hit with families.

Nailsea Community Christmas Fair. Lantern parade, street entertainers, skate rink, donkeys as reindeers. (V)
01,12,17 Nailsea Community Christmas Fair. Lantern parade, street entertainers, skate rink, donkeys as reindeers. (V) 01,12,17

Singers and dancers performed at the fair. Singers and dancers performed at the fair.

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