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Mount Edgcumbe Christmas Fayre

Saturday, December 10

Join us for the 18th year of this amazing fayre here at Mount Edgcumbe – tickets will be available on the door, no pre-booking required.

With food, gifts and crafts to buy and lots of entertainment to enjoy it’s a fantastic day out for all the family.

Why not catch the Cremyll Ferry from Plymouth to the Park or parking is available on site.

Once again we have the students from Duchy College creating beautiful floral creations that decorate the House, plus the arrangements are available to purchase at the event.

There are lots of local choirs to entertain you and start the the Christmas period on a festive note!

We hope to have mini buses running on site as usual but this is subject to any restrictions in place at the time, so maybe a stroll up the Avenue will get you ready for a delicious treat from one of the food stalls as a reward.

Entrance: £3 adults, £1 children, All Day Parking £1 per car (Entrance payment can be made by cash or card, parking payment by cash only). A number of stalls do take card payments although some only take cash.

Please note there are no cash machines or cash back facilities at the Park

Please note – this year we will be able to take card payment for the fayre entrance tickets. Dogs (except guide dogs) are not allowed within the footprint of the fayre (this includes the Barrow Centre).

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