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Christmas in Brighton 2014 (part 2)

There is a lot to do in Brighton during the most wonderful time of the year! Keep yourself entertained in Brighton during the cold winter months with the next following activities and events! 

German Style Christmas Market – Now to 24 December 2014
As of now you can head down to Churchill Square to enjoy a German style Christmas Market, where you’ll find different stalls including delicious Christmas food such as German bratwurst, traditional crepes as well as gifts. The market is open daily, Monday to Wednesday from 9am to 6pm, Thursday from 9am to 8pm, Friday and Saturday from 9am to 7pm and Sunday from 11am to 5pm. For more information, . click here

Lighting up the Christmas Tree at the Open Market – 22 November 2014
On this day, the cast of the Sleeping Beauty – Princes Charming, King Thorn, Queen Ivy and Briar Rose – will turn on the lights of a 20ft Christmas Tree at 4pm. The tree is bicycle powered and is provided by PULSE. In addition, the Bird Studio Children’s Choir will be performing on the Open Market, featuring special guest appearances from Disney’s Frozen! For more information, click here

Kids Xmas Gingerbread House Workshops – 7 December 2014
A fun family event, where you can make (and take, of course) your very own gingerbread house! You don’t have to bring anything, as all materials are supplied, and it costs £45 per adult and one child. The class starts at 9:30am and lasts three hours, so it’s a fun-filled morning for you and the kids! For more information and to book, click here.

Father Christmas’ Grotto at The Llama Park – 29/30 November, 6/7 and 13/24 December 2014
Your children can meet Father Christmas at the Llama Park’s Christmas Wonderland, plus receive a Christmas present from him! You can visit Father Christmas from 10am to 5pm, but keep in mind that Santa needs to eat too and is on his 30 minute lunch break from 1pm to 1:30pm. Your ticket also includes free entry to the Llama Park to visit the animals. For more information, click here.

Have a very merry Christmas in Brighton!

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