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Rainham Christmas Fayre 2018: Santa’s grotto, reindeer and Christmas pudding bouncy castle are all coming to town!

PUBLISHED: 11:48 29 November 2018 | UPDATED: 11:48 29 November 2018

The Broadway, Rainham Village - Christmas Fayre.
Nicole Collins with her niece Scarlett 8 (far left), and daughters Summer 13 (left) and Amber 9 (right)

The Broadway, Rainham Village - Christmas Fayre. Nicole Collins with her niece Scarlett 8 (far left), and daughters Summer 13 (left) and Amber 9 (right)

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Residents are invited to get into the festive spirit at the Rainham Christmas Fayre this weekend.

The Broadway, Rainham Village - Christmas Fayre.
Left to right: Eliza Davis 12 and her mum Eve Davis and Ian Black with their stall and business Artisan Glass Emporium.The Broadway, Rainham Village - Christmas Fayre. Left to right: Eliza Davis 12 and her mum Eve Davis and Ian Black with their stall and business Artisan Glass Emporium.

There will be something for all the family to enjoy, with reindeer, a Santa’s grotto a Christmas photo globe and live entertainment.

The village will be lined with more stalls than ever, along with a Christmas pudding bouncy castle, bungee trampolines, and live non-stop entertainemnt from Lightning Drama with more than 30 artists, dancers, musicians, and tribute acts performing throughout the day.

Children who want to take part in the Christmas parade are asked to arrive at the Tesco car park in Bridge Road, dressed in best Christmas gear at around 9.45am to lead the parade - and they’ll get a small present afterwards.

The fayre will be on Saturday (December 1) from 10am till 4pm and the Christmas lights will be switched on the night before (Friday, November 30).

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