A Christmas in Saltburn, The Beer & Carols Christmas Market comes to town!
Saltburn’s musician, Minister Keith, brought beer and carols to Signals, Saltburn last year and it was so successful that this year it’s going to be for the whole town!
“We’ve been running Beer & Carols for over six years in the Midlands – they still ask us back every year – and now that we live here, we wanted to get the town singing! It’s a family event and a great tradition at Christmas. Everyone can sing a carol, whether you think you are musical or not!
People see other people singing and think they can’t do it. But community singing, whether in pubs or churches, shanties on ships or for sport, has been around for hundreds of years and allows everyone to take part.
Carols have a way of getting people into the Christmas spirit and singing together in the centre of town only enhances that. Remember the film Elf? We are hoping that this becomes a Saltburn tradition.”
The day will include arts, food, a market which starts at 10am and of course great local beer.
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