Marske is set to sparkle as Santa and his parade including real reindeers, Pipers and local groups set off from Errington School at 6pm travelling to the grounds of Marske Hall, so if you want to see the Parade you need to line this route so get there early!
Santa will be in his Grotto (£2.00 per child) in the White House from 4pm until 6pm and then after the parade at 6.30pm till 8pm whilst his Reindeers will be at St Marks Church grounds for feeding and petting.
A Craft Fair with 50+ stalls will be held in Marske Leisure Centre from 3pm until 7.30pm also providing hot food, drinks and Mulled Wine and alcohol served in the Bar upstairs.
There will also be a funfair in Marske Square with brass bands and choirs from 6.25pm, hosted by Zetland FM.
For more details, or for anyone interested in a Craft Fair stall contact email Debi Large at; email@example.com. For local groups interested in joining the parade, contact Sheila Argument on firstname.lastname@example.org.
There will also be a separate evening Carol Service to be held in Marske Square – Date to be confirmed but will be during week commencing 12th December.
Further information can be found on the Marske Community Partnership Facebook page.
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