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Late Night Shopping

Thursday 6th December

Christmas is coming. And as ever, in early December, Marlow High Street will become a hive of activity as local people, retailers, charities, local radio, festive animals and various TV characters come together. All in aid of some Christmas shopping, but with the added benefit of carols, a glass of mulled wine and perhaps even a juicy hot dog or burger.

This year is set to be better than ever…

It all kicks off at 6.00pm

The traditional carol service and procession of animals & nativity scene players start their way down the High Street at 6.00pm. Various characters will be in attendance for photos, including our lovely Minion who enjoyed the event so much two years ago, he’s back for more (‘papa gayna’!)

Santa Claus will of course be in his grotto, offering gifts to any children who would like to put in their requests for the Big Day. His reindeer will be guarding him outside – and this year, even Miss Santa is making an appearance – on stilts would you believe. Just look upwards…

Music & Carols will be courtesy of Local schools (accompanied by Great Marlow School Band), Marlow Amateur Operatic Society, a Rock choir & The Salvation Army Band. And when these are all on breaks or their evening is done, Marlow FM will take over, while at the same time broadcasting the entire evening live to our town

As ever, there will be a wide selection of commercial & charity stalls and some of the shops across the High St, West St & Spittal St will open, some until as late as 9.00pm. Indeed, full details of contributors, charities and supporting businesses will be announced via our Facebook page as the details are confirmed – so follow our page to make sure you see as many updates as possible.

And in the meantime, to get you in the spirit, here are a few photos from last year, to remind you what a fun night is in store…