CELEBRATE CHRISTMAS WITH BRITAIN’S OLDEST BREWER
Get into the festive spirit and pick up some unique gifts at Shepherd Neame’s first Christmas Fayre.
It is taking place on Sunday, November 24 in The Old Brewery Store, part of the Faversham Brewery site.
There will be more than 30 stalls offering Christmas-related goods from local producers and craftspeople.
Visitors will also be able to enjoy festive refreshments including mulled wine and mince pies, along with, naturally, a wide range of lagers and cask ales from Britain’s oldest brewer.
There will also be carol singing in the brewery itself, staged in The Street beneath the iconic brewery clock.
Visitor Centre Functions-Co-ordinator Vicky Bailey said: “We are lucky to have a spacious events venue in the heart of Faversham, so we decided to use it to bring local producers together by hosting our first Christmas Fayre. We have had a fantastic array of stallholders signing up, so there really will be something for everyone. And we hope that bringing everyone together for carols under the clock will prove really magical. It should be a great afternoon.”
Doors open at 12 noon and the fayre closes at 4pm. Admission is free.
A limited number of stalls are still available to hire. For more details about the event, or to enquire about booking a stall, call 01795 542016 or email firstname.lastname@example.org