Details have been announced for this year’s Bebington Christmas Fair which is being organised by the Brighter Bebington community group
Morris dancers, a brass band, shire horses, craft stalls, mince pies and mulled wine and, of course, Father Christmas, all feature in this year’s Bebington Christmas Fair.
As befits the ‘best place to live in Britain’, the fair, taking place on Saturday, December 4, promises an afternoon-long extravaganza of fun, festivities, live entertainment and fantastic food and drink.
Taking place from 12 noon in the courtyard next to the Rose & Crown pub, the event is being organised by the volunteers of Brighter Bebington, a community organisation that has been at the heart of the Wirral village’s life for almost 30 years. Featuring in this year’s event will be:
- Craft stalls and independent traders
- Thwaites Shire Horses
- The Mersey Morris Men
- The Lyceum Brass Band
- Bebington Bitter Mens’ Choir,
- Food stalls and licensed bar
- Mulled wine and mince pies
Busy as he is this time of year, Santa Claus will also be putting in an appearance, along with Mrs Claus. There will also be carol singing and the Christmas lights switch-on which will take place at 4.30pm. At 7pm there will be the annual Christmas raffle inside the Rose & Crown with some great prizes to be given away
Colin Bermingahm from Brighter Bebington said: “It has been a tough two years for us all and we think everyone deserves a treat. We are aiming to make this year’s Bebington Christmas Fair the best yet and we hope as many people as possible come down to join in the festivities.”