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The Wiltshire Council-run event will include a wide range of local businesses selling a variety of goods including cakes, homemade sweets, chutneys, crafts, cards and jewellery.
There will be plenty to keep children entertained, including a surprise visit from two very special winter princesses, as well as a festive rhyme time in the library with Bookstart Bear, balloon modelling with expert Dave Hickory and performances from Winsley School Choir, Wiltshire Council Staff Choir and St Paul’s Primary School Choir.
The free event will be held in the Atrium at County Hall, Trowbridge, on December 11, from 9am to 5pm.
Conservative leader of Wiltshire Council, Cllr Jane Scott said:
“This event is a great way to get into the Christmas spirit by supporting local businesses from across the county. It brings people of all ages together in the atrium in County Hall, which is an excellent and bustling public space. The Wealth of Wiltshire Fayre is part our Legacy for Wiltshire programme which has already achieved so much in supporting local economy and businesses.”