Monday, 21 November 2016

Street Market and official Xmas Lights switch on in Mill Hill Broadway this week
 Mill Hill Street Market
On Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 24-26 November, Mill Hill town centre will celebrate the festive season with a Christmas Market and Lights Switch-On.

The Lights Switch-On will take place on Thursday the 24th at 5pm with a special visit from a local celebrity. The stage area will feature three days of fantastic live music by performers such as Harripaul, RASH, Tony Shaw, Radfax, and Lauren Lucille, alond with Xmas Carols from The Sacred Heart Church choir. Seasonal delicacies and cookbooks from Great British Bake Off finalist Richard Burr will also be available to buy on Thursday at the Mill Hill Neighourhood Forum stall.
The Christmas Market will include delicious street food, cakes and artisan foods, a mobile bar from local gastropub The Adam and Eve, plus jewellery, crafts and other gorgeous gifts.

The market will be open from 11am to 6pm each day and will be located outside Santander bank, continuing up to Mill Hill Wines. A number of small businesses based in the Mill Hill area and Broadway shops will be taking part.

The Christmas Market is part of the programme of events known as Mill Hill Markets, an initiative organised by Mill Hill Neighbourhood Forum and Vibe Market. The markets aim to increase dwell time and footfall for the town centre, and add vibrancy to the high street. Mill Hill Markets is planning an exciting calendar of visiting markets in 2017. The Italian Market will return to the Broadway in March, and the French Market will visit in May and November 2017, with additional events in the planning stages.

John Gillett, chair of Mill Hill Neighbourhood Forum, said: “This is just one of the many initiatives we have for Mill Hill, to improve our Town Centre – do come along and also let us have your ideas for developing Mill Hill.”

The Christmas Market is kindly being sponsored by HC Medspa, Barratt London, and Scrivens, with sound system donated by Mill Hill Music Complex.

Three hours of free parking are available on Saturdays and Sundays are free in the ‘pay by phone’ Bunns Lane car park. Most side streets are free to park from 12 noon.

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