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Local events, things for all to do and new Christmas lights switch on in Blackheath Village on Saturday 6th December.

Blackheath celebrates the start of the festive season with activities and events for all the family

Saturday 5th December, 2015

Starts at 11.30am opened by the King’s Troop Royal Horse Artillery

featuring

Santa's Grotto    Children’s Fair Ground    Lantern Making       Exhibition

Choirs    Musicians    Evening Concerts    Performances    Family activities

 

Schedule for the day

PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL EVENTS AND TIMES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE

From 10.00am 

Santa's Grotto  -  Age Exchange (tickets on the day, £5) 

Botton's Children's Fairground  -  Royal Parade

Samaritan Choir  -  Blackheath Station Forecourt

Elf Academy  -  The Conservatoire   -  £15.00 child, £5.00 Adult

Exhibition  - "200 Years of Entertainment in Blackheath" - The Bakehouse Theatre, Bennett Park (Free)

11.45-3.30

Performances (See separate tabs above)

Opening Parade The King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery  -  Montpelier Vale

The Local Stage - Montpelier Green

The Stage at the Crown

Blackheath Halls - Recital Room

12.00pm Onwards

Architectural Treasure Hunt   -  Blackheath Halls  -  1 hour or 30 minutes for all the family. Packs £1.00

The Salvation Army Band   - Village Centre

12.30pm Onwards

Children's Lantern-making workshop   -  The Conservatoire  -  £5.00

12.30-3.30

Heath House Christmas Fair-  Blackheath Grove

4:00pm

The Lantern Procession and group singing

The Marshals helping with the lantern parade are the Young Citizens trained by the Foundation for Jimmy

4.30pm

Christmas Lights Switching on Ceremony-  Nick Ferrari, Sir Steve Bullock (Mayor of Lewisham), Cllr. Norman Adams (Mayor of Greenwich), Fr. Nicholas Cranfield

6:00pm

The Conservatoire Christmas Concert  -  All Saints’ Church (tickets £5 adults, children free)

7:30pm

Christmas Concert  -  The Conservatoire  -  £5.00 Adults, Children Free

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Supported by the Lewisham Blackheath Assembly

Local Stage supported by OnBlackheath