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Worcester’s Victorian Fayre: let us entertain you!

There’s a raft of exciting and uplifting entertainment on offer at Worcester’s traditional Victorian Christmas Fayre (29 November – 2 December). Everyone is welcome to join the community carol service to be held in Worcester Cathedral on Thursday 29 November at 4.45pm.  Following this service, the Mayor of Worcester will process from the Cathedral to the Cornmarket, where the Fayre...
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All the Fun of the Victorian Fayre in Worcester this Christmas

This year’s Victorian Christmas Fayre promises to be a truly spectacular event, with nearly 200 stalls filling the streets of Worcester from Thursday 29 November until Sunday 2 December. Now in its 26th year, the Victorian Christmas Fayre is one of the most prestigious street fayres of its kind in the Midlands.  The event regularly attracts over 100,000 people across the course of the...
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Worcester’s Victorian Fayre: let us entertain you!

There’s a raft of exciting and uplifting entertainment on offer at Worcester’s traditional Victorian Christmas Fayre this year. The Mayor will officially open the four-day event on Thursday 24 November at 5.20pm, processing from The Guildhall to the Cornmarket for the Opening ceremony. He says:  “The Victorian Fayre is always a highlight in Worcester’s calendar.  People come...
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Christmas starts early in Worcester

Christmas gets earlier every year according to popular legend – and it’s true in Worcester, with bookings open now for stalls, entertainment and coaches at the ever popular Victorian Christmas Fayre. 2016 will be the 24th anniversary of this huge event and new data from Worcester-based company The Research Solution has shown just what a major tourism asset for the city it is. ...
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