Twyford Village Christmas Street Fayre

"Chestnuts roasting on an open fire"

Friday 1 December 2017, 6-9pm
London Road from the crossroads to Jubilee Corner

Please contact us if you are interested in taking a stall at this year's Christmas Fayre.

Every December, in the lead up to the 25th, there are certain things that are as traditional as Christmas itself. Slade and Noddy Holder being played on the radio. The children's navtivity play. Christmas parties. And of course, the joy/dread of Christmas shopping, depending on your point of view. 

The Twyford Christmas Fayre is becoming established as one of those traditions, being one of the largest annual events to happen in the village.  We have a variety of stallholders, carol singers, thousands of villagers and, naturally, Father Christmas - who kindly takes a break from his busy schedule to pay us a visit.

The stalls are run by local residents or businesses. Some offer you a selection of products from their shops as the perfect Christmas gift. Others may be local crafts people who offer you a chance to buy something completely unique. Whilst others offer a welcome mulled wine and a mince pie, perfect for a December evening.

The entertainment is varied and includes local choir singers, children from the local schools singing hymns, jugglers and morris dancers. They're joined by fairground rides, a BBQ provided by the local scouts and face painting.

The Fayre is organised entirely by Twyford Together volunteers who meet throughout the year to plan the event. They're motivated simply by the belief that the Fayre is a fun and vibrant addition to community life and dedicate their time and energy to making it better each year.