HRH The Duke of Edinburgh

HRH The Duke of Edinburgh

10 June 1921 – 9 April 2021

Christmas in the Old Town

Thursday, December 10th, 2020
Filed under: News Item

News from The Old Amersham Business Association –  

Feel free to pop to the Old Town to make the most of the Christmas Markets, free parking two more late night shopping evenings – including this evening! 

Late night shopping 

Thursday 10 December (tonight) 

Thursday 17 December 

Free parking 

Saturday 12 December 

Saturday 19 December 

Thursday 24 December (Christmas Eve) 

Christmas Markets (underneath Market Hall) 

Saturday 12 December 

Saturday 19 December 

The selection of local stalls will include, Old Amersham Gin, Maxine’s Patisserie (Christmas cakes, bakes and sweets), The Nagundo Tree (Christmas door wreaths and floral creations), Hector Hartley (baskets and goodies for your canine friends), No2 Pound Street (cheese) and the Scannappeal charity. 

With the free parking on 12, 19 and 24 December and festive music and singing from local groups including The Amersham Band, Chalfont Wind Band and the Chiltern Singers, we hope you get a chance to enjoy the festivities, and support our local businesses. 

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