Christmas

Quex Park: Spirit of Christmas & The Quexmas Gift and Craft Fair

Spirit of Christmas

DATE:
Saturday 26 November 2016 – 2 January 2017

TIME:          
10.00am – 9.00pm daily

PRICING:       
Christmas Market- free entry.
Ice skating and other activities individually priced.

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DETAIL:    
Quex Park will host an exciting new event on the estate this winter. ‘Spirit of Christmas’, run by Kent Events Ltd will arrive in November – and it will be the biggest event of its kind in Thanet. The event will have something to attract everyone with a variety of things to see and do:

A real Ice RinkThe rink will be open from Saturday 26th November and will run from 10am and close at 9pm daily (last skate 8pm), times, however may vary. Skate hire is free.

Christmas Market –  an eclectic number of stalls selling a range of goods from Christmas Spirits to gifts

Bar & Café Marquee there will be a fully licensed bar and on site café where you can get refreshments.

Grotto and Elf Express – this is a developing event, something we hope will be worthy of the wait

Breakfast or Dinner with Santa – booking in advance is essential .

TicketingOnline ticketing will be the best way to book your visit through the website: www.spiritofchristmas.co.uk
Concession booking information can also be found on the website.

CONTACT DETAILS:
hello@spiritofchristmas.co.uk

 

Quexmas (Craft & Gift Fair)

DATE:
Sunday 27 November 2016

TIME:
11am – 5pm (last admission 4.30pm)

PRICING:
Adults- £3 / Children under 16- free

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DETAIL:
The Quexmas craft fair will be returning to the Powell-Cotton Museum in Birchington once again. On Sunday 27th November 2016, the museum will become a Christmas craft fair for visitors to purchase those more bespoke and individual gifts for Christmas, without the headache of the High Street! For younger folk, there will be the chance to meet Santa as well as look around the museum and house.

LOCATION:
Powell-Cotton Museum, House and Gardens

CONTACT DETAILS:
01843 842168 or enquiries@quexmuseum.org

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