Street filled with festive cheer

THOUSANDS of people are expected to flock to Clevedon tomorrow (Thurs) for the annual St Nicholas Street Fayre. The event will see Hill Road turned into a festive wonderland packed full of stalls and attractions. The fayre will run from 6.30-9pm and there

THOUSANDS of people are expected to flock to Clevedon tomorrow (Thurs) for the annual St Nicholas Street Fayre.The event will see Hill Road turned into a festive wonderland packed full of stalls and attractions.The fayre will run from 6.30-9pm and there will be music from the Bob Reynolds Jazz Band, Nailsea Folk Choir, the Salvation Army and Clevedon Light Opera Club.There will be a line dancing display and fairground rides for the children and Father Christmas is also planning to make a stop off at Hill Road.Charity stalls will line the street, offering visitors a range of festive gifts and seasonal refreshments including burgers, mince pies and mulled wine.A new addition to Hill Road this year is a Christmas tree on the paved area opposite Challicoms.Last year's event was a washout after heavy rain and strong winds and two crashes on the M5 motorway meant a large number of stallholders and visitors could not get to the event.Many of the businesses in Hill Road are now open until 8pm on Thursdays in the run-up to Christmas.


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