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Winter Fair success at Ardingly

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A record-breaking 11,500 people visited the South of England Event Centre’s Winter Fair at Ardingly to enjoy the festive fun and shopping this weekend on 3 and 4 December 2016.

Visitors were welcomed by Christmas choirs and a magical Snow Queen on stilts accompanied by her Elf helper, before entering two large shopping courts where over 120 stall holders offered inspirational and original Christmas gifts.

The Winter Fair offered something for all the family to enjoy with some great local produce, live music, real reindeer, a fabulous Santa’s Grotto, fantastic street entertainment, dodgem cars and a sumptuous food court.

Live bands played throughout both days from the fantastic Harry’s Tricks with their blend of 20’, 30’s and 40’s music and exciting acoustic singer/songwriter Fred Clark, who performed some great Christmas classics alongside his own compositions.

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Notes to Editors:

The South of England Event Centre Limited is owned by the South of England Agricultural Society. The Event Centre is responsible for maximising the commercial utilization of the showground and its facilities through the hire of rooms, buildings and space to individuals, professional event organisers and businesses and by hosting its own commercial events. These currently include the Spring Garden & Leisure Show and Winter Fair.

All profits from The Event Centre are given to the South of England Agricultural Society, which is a charity devoted to showcasing, celebrating and supporting agriculture, horticulture and the countryside. It provides educational learning experiences, grants, awards and support for children, adults and families involved in rural communities.

For more information about The Event Centre please visit www.southofenglandeventcentre.co.uk or telephone 01444 892048.

For information about the South of England Agricultural Society please visit www.seas.org.uk or telephone 01444 892700.