This is a real celebration of all the gifted creativity, musical skills and generosity of local residents, shops and businesses working cooperatively together to put on a great Christmas Event. Along with the Christmas Tree Festival at St Mary’s Church and the PTA Christmas fair, this promises to be a wonderful community day!
Horsell High Street will be buzzing with more than 40 stalls, shops selling Christmas goodies, live music, street food from The Crown to Horsell Kitchen and the Evangelical Church. Don’t miss 15 stalls in the Evangelical Church hall and carpark (behind Café Primo) with a saxophone quartet in the lobby. Christmas gifts and crafts galore with jewellery, cards, Usborne books, perfumes, fused glass, cakes, Indian snacks, paella, Horsell bangers and burgers, mulled wine, mince pies and Thurstons local brew and Horsell uncommon gin. Not forgetting Father Christmas and goodie bags.
Live Music, High Street, in front of Masala Spice 1.00: Adam (from the Coop) and “Lost in Surrey” at 1pm with old classic rock songs. 2.00: “Surrey Ukeaholics” with popular tunes from classical to recent in their own unique style 2.45: Salvation Army Brass band playing traditional Christmas Carols 3.30: “Natural Voices” a ladies’ choir singing music from jazz, gospel, show tunes and soul with some new songs and Christmas classics 4.15: “Taylor’s House” a four piece Indie Pop group playing a range of covers and self written songs Evangelical Church entrance lobby 2- 4pm “Saxophone Quartet” from Beatles to baroque trained in the military and police bands The Crown Malcolm and Jill Banks “Paradox Duo” Guitar, melodion, flute, tin whistle and vocals with folk, sea shanties and more Thank you to all the performers who are thrilled to be performing together again.
Local High Street Traders are joining in on the day, so don’t miss:
Frazer’s, St. Andrews School, Hamlyn’s, Crown Home Improvements, Heaters Bakery, KRB Windows, Norsworthy’s Thank you to Seymour’s for adverting the Horsell Christmas Market in The Resident, their newspaper and their boards. Thank you to Boz for supplying the Christmas Trees Thank you to Horsell Kitchen, the Co-op, The Crown, Horsell Evangelical church for their help and supplying power.
Please note: all details are correct at the time of publishing but may be subject to change.
Last updated 31 Oct 2021