The festive season is upon us and there are already plenty of Christmas-themed events happening in Haverhill and the surrounding areas.
Whether you’re looking for business or pleasure, browse thebestof Haverhill’s guide to what’s on over the next couple of weeks.
24th November 2011
On Thursday 24th November, the folk of Cranford are paying a visit to Haverhill Arts Centre. As they busily making preparations for the festive holidays, disaster strikes and the community must pull together to save Christmas.
Cranford at Christmas starts at 7:30pm and is being performed by the Chapterhouse Theatre Company.
Also taking place this Thursday, Kedington Primary School is holding its Charity Christmas Shopping Evening, which is the perfect opportunity to browse the many stalls featuring local businesses, find those perfect Christmas gifts and support the Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation.
25th November 2011
Clare’s Christmas Lights will be switched on from 5:45pm on the High Street, with a parade, entertainment, refreshments and glo-sticks and other items for the kids.
Why not join St Felix Roman Catholic Primary School on School Lane, Haverhill from 6pm to 8pm at their annual Christmas Bazaar, which will be full to the brim with festive-themed stalls, a raffle, nearly new uniforms... and Santa, who will be paying a visit!
1st December 2011
Enjoy a spot of Late Night Shopping on Clare’s High Street, Well Lane and Market Hill. Many shops and cafés will be open until 8pm on Thursday 1st December, enabling you to do a bit of Christmas shopping after work, rather than having to wait until the weekend to battle the hordes.
Alternatively, why not come along to Cheeky Chimps Funhouse on Boundary Road, Haverhill from 7:30pm, where Accessorise Me and Get Go Books are holding a Christmas Shopping Evening?
2nd December 2011
From midday until 2pm, Haverhill Chamber of Commerce is holding its Annual Christmas Lunch at Haverhill Golf Club. It promises to be the perfect opportunity to network, enjoy a delicious festive three course meal and listen to the Chamber’s mystery guest speaker.