One month until Christmas fayre and lantern procession

PUBLISHED: 09:55 08 November 2018 | UPDATED: 09:55 08 November 2018

Snow falls in Diss in 2016. Photo: Lucy Kayne

Snow falls in Diss in 2016. Photo: Lucy Kayne


It’s now only a month to go until Diss is lit up for a festive fayre and lantern procession.

The St Nicholas Christmas Fayre will be filling the town centre’s streets with seasonal cheer on Sunday, December 9 this year from 11am - 4pm.

Highlights will include the annual lantern procession at 4pm, which will follow Santa’s sleigh around the Diss Heritage Triangle, with The Corn Hall providing lantern making from 1pm - 4pm for free.

Cobbs Yard and Norfolk House Yard, alongside designermakers21 will host a variety of stalls selling artisan gifts and food.

A hog roast, hot chestnuts, and mulled wine and cider will be available, and children will get to meet Santa.

Music will be provided by the Salvation Army Band, Ukaholics Anonymous, Invidia Voices, and The Walcot Four, among others.

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