Christmas Cracker starts with a bang
PUBLISHED: 17:01 27 November 2008 | UPDATED: 10:06 10 June 2010
The final plans are coming together to ensure that tomorrow s Christmas Cracker goes off with a bang. Thanks to Richard King, of Kings Garden Centre, and Lord Clinton s charitable trust, the switch on will culminate with a firework display set to music!
The final plans are coming together to ensure that tomorrow's Christmas Cracker goes off with a bang. Thanks to Richard King, of Kings Garden Centre, and Lord Clinton's charitable trust, the switch on will culminate with a firework display set to music!
Launched from the roof of the indoor market at around 6.30pm, the firework display will ensure the town centre is lit up dramatically to herald the start of the festive season in Exmouth.
Don't forget you and your family can find Santa Paws in the Indoor Market from 5.30pm giving away FREE Santa hats, a FREE raffle ticket and a personal "pawprint" hand stamp. If that's not enough Santa himself will be arriving by sleigh at 6.40pm outside the Indoor Market!
Leaflets that include a voucher for Kings Garden Centre, donating 50p towards the Mayor's charity against any real Christmas tree sold, can be found on the Exmouth Festival stand along with the lantern making and badge making workshop.
Don't forget, for some late night shopping, visit the Magnolia Centre and take advantage of the on-the-night offers and hear the Exmouth Shanty Men serenade the shoppers.
Thanks go out to all the people and sponsors who have made the Exmouth Christmas Cracker possible, so come along on the night and help support your town centre by making this a festive season to remember!
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