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Dickens Day, Kilkeel

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A listing of Dickens Day activities taking place in Kilkeel on 26 November 2021


Dickens Day in Kilkeel, Saturday 27 November 2021.

Kilkeel Development Association and Kilkeel Chamber of Commerce are delighted to announce the return of Dickens Day/Christmas Light Switch on in Kilkeel.



10am - 4pm ~ Children's Treasurer Hunt £2 Entry - Lower Square

11am - 4pm ~ Make It Local Artisan Market - Lower Square

1pm - 4pm ~ Children's Entertainment ~ Lower Square

1pm - 4pm ~ Santa's Grotto & Elf ~ Events Space

3pm ~ Horse Drawn Carriage Parade ~ Town Centre

3pm ~ Heartbeat NI Santa Walk Registration ~ Mourne Presbyterian Church Youth Centre

4pm ~ Heartbeat NI Santa Walk & Light Parade ~ Kilmorey Arms Hotel

5pm ~ Christmas Lights Switch On with Santa & Special Guest ~ Events Space / Lower Square

6pm ~ Christmas Tractor Run ~ Town Centre

Grand Prize Draw ~ Win Over £1,200 Gift Vouchers (Pick up your Grand Draw Coupons with every £10 spent in participating shops)


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This event has been organised #KilkeelChamber & Kilkeel Development Association supported by Newry, Mourne and Down District Council Kilkeel Credit Union Limited Heartbeat NI Bedwin Soft Furnishings Ltd. Getprint





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