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Hinckley Christmas Light Switch on and Tin Hat Fair

When is it? Friday 19th November 4pm till 8.30pm. The event is free of charge.

The evening will start at 4pm with live stage entertainment run by Fosse 107 DJs Mark O‘Sullivan and Mark Foster in Market Place, followed by the lights switch on at 6:30pm. The party will continue on stage up until 8pm with musical performances from local favourites such as Dean Thomas and Steven Faulkner. 

Just after the switch on there will be a fantastic four-minute fireworks display from Argents Mead at 6:45pm. During the display there will be no public access to the mead for safety reasons. 

There will be a range of market stalls all along Castle Street selling crafts and all your favourite festive treats and tipples. A selection of charity stalls will also be there providing fun tombola's and prizes to take home. Lots of Hinckley’s shops will be open for late night shopping too. There will also be light up products for sale, please make sure you only buy from official street vendors who can easily be identified by their purple hi-vis vests, they will be in the event area on Castle street and Market Place and not on any event perimeters. 

Children can also visit Santa in his Grotto outside Jaspers, to enter the magical grotto there will be a small charge to charity. The United Reformed Church on Regent Street will also be open for free children’s Christmas craft activities. Free street entertainment will be available all evening, our cheeky elves will also be wandering around town with their Elfie Selfie station, they will be spreading cheer, handing out candy canes as well as offering rosy-cheek face painting for everyone. And everyone’s favourite, John Parnell ‘Hoop guy’ will be in town as the world’s tallest elf! 

The traditional Tin Hat Fair will take place on Regent Street, George Street and the Borough up until 10pm on Friday. The fair will continue on Saturday 20 November from 12pm to 10pm.

Credit: Hinckley and Bosworth Council

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