Warley Victorian Christmas Fayre on Saturday 1 December

This year, the Christmas Fayre, organised by Warley Community Association, promises to be better than ever!

Attended by the Mayor of Calderdale and the Halifax Town Crier and even Father Christmas himself, there will only be one place to be on Saturday 1 December: Warley Town School from 1:30p.m. and admission is FREE.

The event will take place both inside and outside the school building with a covered outdoor market, and, weather permitting, children can ride outside on Benedict, our Christmas donkey.

At 4:00p.m., the Halifax Town Crier will lead a children’s procession to the village centre with Father Christmas to switch on the Christmas tree lights with carols sung around the tree led by St. John’s Church singers.

Victorian Sweetshop
Traditional Cake Stall
Gifts & Novelties
Teashop with Traditional Home-made Cakes and Buns
Father Christmas Grotto
Children’s Activity Centre
Bran Tub and Tombola
Church Singers & Accordion
Children’s Donkey Rides
Roast Chestnuts & Hot Potatoes
Children’s ‘Christmas in a Box’ Competition
Fire Engine
Pram Crèche

Click here for details of ‘Christmas Shoebox’ Competition poster

About WCA

Warley Community Association serves the village of Warley, a traditional village in the Calder Valley, near Halifax in West Yorkshire.
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