Beverley Festival Of Christmas 2011

Tens of thousands of descended on Beverley last Sunday in spite of the damp and cold weather. The Festival is one of the highlights of the year and in many ways heralds the start of .

As always the sight of reindeer pulling Santa on his sleigh through the town excited both adults and children alike and as John Bird said, to see the expressions of wonder and delight on the children’s faces makes all the hard work of organising the festival worthwhile.

There was the usual broad range of free entertainment in the streets for everyone to enjoy including singers, Victorian street entertainers, bands, classic cars, a civil war re-enactment, dancers and even a falconer. The market was more extensive than ever with traders dressed in Victorian costume selling a range of high quality goods including locally produced foods and Christmas gifts.

The Beverley Minster held a Christmas Tree Exhibition, which was another first, and indoor entertainment was provided at Toll Gavel and St. Mary’s Church.

The and were both open with the York Waits performing in the Guildhall. There truly was something to see and enjoy for everyone. EYEvents did a fantastic job again this year playing such an important role in the organisation of the Festival binging their professional skills to bear.

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Tribute must also be paid to the ERYC for so much of what could be described as backstage work from the setting up of the stalls to keeping the streets clean during the event. Planning next year’s event which is on Sunday 9th December has already begun and the Festival organisers wish everyone a healthy and happy Christmas.

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