Whittlesey Christmas Extravaganza announces packed schedule of entertainment

PUBLISHED: 11:25 27 November 2014 | UPDATED: 11:30 27 November 2014

Last year's Whittlesey Christmas Extravaganza. Picture: Steve Williams.

Last year's Whittlesey Christmas Extravaganza. Picture: Steve Williams.

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A business group is holding its annual Christmas Extravaganza on the Market Square on December 12.

Last year's Whittlesey Christmas Extravaganza. Picture: Steve Williams.Last year's Whittlesey Christmas Extravaganza. Picture: Steve Williams.

The event, which has been organised by Whittlesey & District Business Forum and Friends, promises to be fun for all the family.

Santa has made a date in his busy diary to come and meet little ones in his grotto.

The Whittlesey Fire Engine, a steam engine and a Thursford organ will be on display.

New Road Molly, TwentyTwenty Youth Theatre, Pig Dyke Molly and Cambridgeshire Caledonian Pipe Band will all perform.

Last year's Whittlesey Christmas Extravaganza. Picture: Steve Williams.Last year's Whittlesey Christmas Extravaganza. Picture: Steve Williams.

There will be a Punch and Judy show, balloon modelling, fairground rides and charity stalls.

The Peterborough Citadel Salvation Army band and the voices of St Mary’s Choir and the Whittlesey Singers will close the event with a Christmas Carols concert.

Whittlesey businesses are invited to stay open to add even more to the extravaganza, which runs from 5-8pm.


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