Christmas Festival 2017
Christmas Light Switch-on
Wednesday 29th November
The Christmas Lights in Fleet Road provided by Fleet Town Council will be switched on at The Christmas Festival on Wednesday 29th November.
The Christmas Market will start at 3pm and the Live Music/Entertainment will start at 4pm in the Hart Shopping Centre and 5pm on the main community stage in Gurkha Square (Stage Schedule further down)
In Gurkha Square there will be community stalls, Millers Ark living nativity, a photobooth and the main community stage on which school choirs will be singing, Santa will make an appearance and the Cast of this year’s pantomime Jack and the Beanstalk will switch on the lights at 6.30pm.
On the high street there will once again be a Giant Snow Globe, children’s rides and free crafts.
If you’re cold on the night why not visit The Harlington Café for mince pies, mulled wine and other festive treats!! If you haven’t yet booked tickets to Jack and the Beanstalk The Harlington Box Office will also be open!
This year The Harlington will also be hosting Santa’s Winter Workshop where you can meet Santa! Details below...
Santa's Winter Workshop
The Harlington, 236 Fleet Road
Tickets: Price TBC
For more information visit www.fleetchristmasfestival.org
MAIN STAGE SCHEDULE
5pm Welcome with this year's compere/hosts Eagle Radio
Calthorpe Park Secondary School Choir
Crookham Infant School Choir
Elvetham Heath Primary School Choir
Tavistock Infant School Choir
Fleet Infant School Choir
Heatherside Infant School Choir
Heatherside Junior School Choir
Courtmoor Secondary School Choir
6.15pm Arrival of Santa
Panto performance by the cast of Jack & The Beanstalk
6.30pm CHRISTMAS LIGHT SWITCH-ON
Panto Grand Finale
6.45pm Shuffle Tunes Choir
7.30pm Church on the Heath Gospel Choir
We would like to say a massive thank you to : Natta for kindly sponsoring this year’s Christmas Tree in Gurkha Square, Cedardale for their professional service installing the tree, W.C. Baker & Son for their invaluable help, Hart District Council for allowing the tree pride of place in the square and to the Christmas Festival Committee for all their hard work!