The clocks have gone back, we’ve made it through the scares and bangs of Halloween and Bonfire Night and we’re all starting to look forward to the festive season.
Cards and gifts started to spring up in the shops weeks ago, but for even the most organised, now is when people start to look at getting stuck in to their Christmas shopping. But this year more than ever, many people are tightening their belts and looking for ways to save money on presents.
An ideal way to save yourself some money but still buy great quality gifts for your friends and family, as well as helping out some excellent local causes is to visit one of the many Christmas Fayres and markets in the Rugby area.
Not only do these offer a great day out, but you can also pick up some wonderful, locally made arts and crafts, foods and gifts that could be ideal stocking fillers.
Why not take a look at some of these local events:
Rugby Branch of Parkinson's UK Christmas Bazaar at Church Hall of United Reformed Church
12th November - 10:00 am to 12:00 pm.
Lots of stalls including Christmas Gifts, Tombola, Books, Bric-a-Brac, Toys, tea and refresments with lots of bargains to be had!
Christmas Shopping and Indulgence Evening Bilton at Bilton Infant School
24th November – 7.00pm
An evening of indulgence and fundraising for Bilton Infant School PTA featuring a variety of stalls including jewellery, beauty treatments, cards, gifts, food stalls and lots more!
27th November 2.00pm – 4.30pm
A traditional School Christmas Fair with a variety of stalls selling Christmas Gifts, Cards, Jewellery, Mulled Wine, mince pies a raffle, tombola and lots more...
For more details on other local events, check out thebestof Rugby's events gude HERE.