What's going on in Chichester this weekend?
16th December 2015
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Christmas carols, Father Christmas, and wintery wonderlands are all aglow in the areas of Chichester.

To find the merriest event for you and your family, here are some options below:

Friday, 18 December
Chichester Farmer’s Market . Head out to the Farmer’s Market to pick up those treasured items for making your Christmas spectacular this year.

Saturday, December 19 & 20
Meet Green Father Christmas at the Weald & Downland Open Air Museum. Seated in his chamber, traditionally decorated with seasonal greenery, Green Father Christmas will be selecting presents from a large wooden chest to give to each child that he meets. Every child will receive a traditional wooden toy wrapped in brown paper and string.

Saturday, December 19 & 20
Father Christmas at West Dean Gardens. Children can enjoy the magic of telling Father Christmas their secret wishes in his grotto in the historic Apple Store in the award-winning West Dean Gardens.

Saturday, 19 December.
Arundel Farmer’s Market. Come on out to the picturesque village of Arundel to pick up many Christmas treasures for your loved ones this holiday season.

Saturday, 19 December.
Six Snoozes – Christmas party and Carol Singing. Christmas is now truly upon us! The Crown and Anchor proudly invites you to an evening of Carol singing, Festive BBQ & Live Music! 

Saturday, December 19. 
Lobster and Carols Emsworth. Come and join 'Village Voices' around the Lobster Pot Christmas Tree

Tuesday, 22 December.
Chichester Cathedral Carol Service

Saturday, December 26 – Monday December 28. 
Weald and Downland Museum at Christmas. Traditionally decorated houses reflect the spirit of Christmas throughout the ages – from Medieval to Edwardian times. 

Monday, December 28 – Wednesday, December 30.
Cinderella at the Selsey Town Hall

Thebestof Chichester wishes each and every one of you a very special Christmas this season. Thank you for supporting the local retailers this year and Buying Local

Please don’t forget about supporting Stonepillow’s Mitten Tree campaign. It is still not too late to either decorate a mitten tree, or simply drop in to the centre and leave your warm and woolly donation of hats, mittens, gloves, scarves or warm socks. 

Warm Christmas wishes to all of you! 

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