This weekend the Beverley Festival of Christmas, a firmly established event in the local calendar takes place.
Throughout the town, family-friendly events will be taking place on Sunday 13 December 10 AM through to 4 PM.
The highlight of the day for families without question is the festival parade which starts at Wednesday Market and travels through the town centre finishing in Saturday Market by TSB bank.
No Christmas Festival would be complete without Father Christmas and he will be there with his reindeer leading the parade that sets off at 10 AM.
Other entertainment on the day includes music from the Beverley Church Lads and Church Girl’s Brigade, Beverley Garland Dancers and the Green Ginger Garland Dancers all of whom will be appearing Angel Square.
On Butchers Row and Old Walkergate entertainment will be provided by the Whiskey Dogs and Shiznitz and on Cross Street will be a Live Nativity.
Saturday Market will have 120 stalls selling a range of goods with plenty of unique things for anyone still looking for those final few Christmas presents.
Entertainment in Saturday Market includes music from both the Beverley Brass Band and the Beverley and District Pipe Band. There will also be a traditional Victorian fairground open from 10 AM through to 4 PM.
Thousands of people are expected to descend on the town centre for the Beverley Festival Christmas to enjoy what is always a great day out for all the family.
Anyone who is bringing their car to Beverley to attend the Beverley Festival Christmas can take advantage of the park-and-ride system that will be place throughout the day.
The park-and-ride will operate between Beverley Racecourse and the town centre. The first bus leaving 8:30 AM the final bus returning to racecourse 4:30 PM.
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