Victorian Evening

Coming Late November is the Annual Victorian Evening.

This is a great event for the town which always attracts a lot of visitors. Sadly due to police restrictions, Smith Street cannot take part in the event in their usual style. As you know from previous posts the Smith Street Traders like to implement a road closure and celebrate in style. The Warwickshire police Force decreed more than 6 years ago that closing Smith St caused too many traffic problems.

Just because Smith Street can’t do its thing, that shouldn’t stop you from coming to Warwick to enjoy all things Victorian including; ferret racing, a carousel powered by a steam engine and if you’re lucky you may even encounter someone dressed up in period costume. They won’t have small pox though or any other Victorian ailments, so you’ll be fine.

Thursday 28th
November 2013
Attractions 5 – 9pm
Lights switch-on 7pm
Market Square, Warwick, will be transformed
into a Victorian Christmas for you to enjoy:
• Beautiful steam powered carousel
• Children’s rides and entertainment
• A ceremonial procession led by lanterns
• Fairground organs
• Ferret racing
• Festive food stalls
• Victorian market & craft stalls
Enter our best dressed Victorian
competition and win a meal
for two at the Rose & Crown!
www.visitwarwick.co.uk
FREE parking at Linen Street car park from 4pm
If you would like a stall at the Victorian market, please call on:
01789 267000 or email info@sketts.co.uk

By Paul Evans | Categories News, Whats On!