The Fourth St Nicholas Winter Fayre
Come along and welcome in the festive season with a day of entertainment, great shopping, special offers and Christmas treats!
Christmas in the Heritage Triangle, Diss- Do some last minute Christmas shopping…the shops will be open! (St Nicholas Street, Market Hill, Cobbs Yard & Norfolk House Courtyard)
From 11am-4pm traders, shopkeepers & cafes will hold a special Christmas Fayre right in the heart of Diss.
Find gifts from a wide range of local and artisan suppliers. Meet Santa Claus, enjoy hot dogs, hog roasts, hot chestnuts and mulled wine. Stallholders in Designermakers21 and in both Yards.
A Christmas raffle will also take place with some brilliant prizes!
The Corn Hall will also be open 10am-4pm.
Christmas Kids Trail- Follow the foot prints on the ground!
AND watch the Christmas lantern procession around the Triangle.
There will also be entertainment including The Salvation Army Band, The Shelfanger Singers, Musicians & Buskers.
Diss – The jewel in Norfolk’s crown and gateway to the Waveney Valley.
The history of this lovely market town can be traced back to the Domesday Book. Nestled within the beautiful Waveney Valley, the town is home to the Mere, one of the deepest natural inland lakes in the country.
Diss has been named one of the healthiest places to live in Norfolk – only one of a handful of towns awarded Cittaslow (literally slow city) status. The aim of Cittaslow is to improve the quality of life for its residents and visitors, by resisting the day-to-day hustle and bustle of modern times encouraging people to take time over enjoyable aspects of life, including food.
The town itself boasts almost everything one could possible want. There is an eclectic selection of medieval, Georgian and Victorian buildings, whilst the Mere Park offers the perfect place to relax, unwind and enjoy nature at its best.