The St Nicholas Fair - Saturday 8th December 2012
Whats on

2.00pm The St Nicholas Fair opens.

Stalls

Come and peruse a wide range of diverse stalls, gifts, food and drink. 
Upstairs in the Kings Head - gingerbread men decorating for children and hot chocolate with marshmallows refreshment for all.
The Kings Head is serving its now famous Hog Roast.
 
St Nicholas parade on horseback

2.15pm onwards the Children will be dressing the tree 
 
3.45pm Assemble in St Paul's Church car park to follow St Nicholas on his horse up to the Green.
Singing and fun with words and Glow sticks provided.
 
4.15pm St Nicholas arrives on the Green to turn on our very own Winchmore Hill Christmas tree lights, and then retire to 'Santa's Grotto'.

Childrens Activities

There will be a number of ongoing acivitities for children to keep them entertained during the fair, including our very own petting Zoo, The Ice Maiden and much much more.

The Stage

There will be performances from local schools and and bands including...

Palmers Green High School for Girls

Glen Howe.
Glen has been singing for over 10 years, with performances in-front of up to 2500 people. 
He has performed at the The 606 Jazz Club and The Spice of Life and regularly with professional Big Bands such as Hot Orange and Super Jazz, as well as on the function band circuit with many others.
Originally crooning swing and standards, his ever expanding repertoire aims at a wider section of musical interests and genres including rock, pop, classical, folk, including tracks from the likes of The Verve, Amy Winehouse, Glen Campbell, Queen, Take That, Sam Sparro, Oasis, The Beatles, Elvis.
Visit
www.glenhowe.com to see reviews, pictures and hear demos. 

Rides in a Victorian Omnibus sponsored by loveyourdoorstep.co.uk

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There will be a victorian omnibus sponsored by

www.loveyourdoorstep.co.uk

taking groups of people on a Henrietta Cresswell victorian experience around The Green.

 

 

We can't wait to see and hear the horses around The Green.

 
Children (and adults) are advised to wear warm clothing (possibly rain proof with wellies!) and something with High Viability or brightly coloured clothing (hats sashes etc).
NB All times are subject to change.