The Cranleigh Christmas Fair has been a hugely successful event for the past ten years, popular with shoppers and stallholders alike, and has raised over £100,000 for the Cranleigh Foundation.
As it wasn’t possible to stage this year’s Christmas Fair in a COVID-secure way, the Christmas Fair committee have instead put together the first Virtual Cranleigh Christmas Fair. The Virtual Fair goes live here at 9am on Friday 13th November and runs until 10pm on Sunday 22nd November.
Over 100 fabulous stalls will be offering shoppers a vast array of wonderful Christmas present ideas from cashmere to candles, dog collars to dresses, gin to gingerbread, handbags to hair-ties, jigsaws to jewellery, prints to personalised presents, stationery to socks, stocking fillers to scarves, as well as eco-friendly ideas and a whole host more. Many will be offering incentives and discounts to those who shop with them via our website.
Now we’re no longer able to visit the High Street or the usual Christmas Fairs this November, the Fair committee is delighted to offer you the next best thing. Perhaps you could have a virtual shopping morning with friends on Zoom where you share your favourite finds with each other – shopping together is more fun!
With 10 days to shop you’ll be able to browse through at your leisure, and you’re certain to find inspiration. All the stalls are small, independent companies who would much welcome your custom, and we’re very grateful to them for their support of the Cranleigh Foundation.
There’s a great competition lined up too, with the lucky prizewinner receiving not only a bottle of Trophy winning Ashling Park Cuvee NV, but also a vineyard tour and tasting for two, plus more. For further details, please keep an eye on our website and Instagram.
The Fair raises much needed funds for the Cranleigh Foundation, a fund which finances places at Cranleigh School and Cranleigh Preparatory School for children whose lives have been beset by tragedy.
At a time of good cheer, please consider a gift to the Foundation so Cranleigh can continue to offer life-changing places for children who, through no fault of their own, have suffered incredibly difficult circumstances in their young lives. You can donate here.
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