Weekend of Festive Celebration Planned on High Road

Christmas light switch on to be followed by seasonal Flower Market

There will be a festive feel to the last Flower Market of the yearThere will be a festive feel to the last Flower Market of the year. Picture: Anna Kunst


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There will be a weekend of Christmas cheer on Chiswick High Road on Saturday 4 and Sunday 5 December.

The aim is to make Chiswick's shopping area a wonderful place to browse all weekend long with its special shops, boutiques, cafes and restaurants lit up with the new Christmas lights.

Saturday will see the welcome return of the Christmas Light switch on with a celebrity name promised to do the honours along with the Mayor of Hounslow Bishnu Gurung.

A magnificent 20-foot Christmas Tree, organised by Chiswick Flower Market, will be placed near to the William Hogarth statue, on the axis between Chiswick High Road and Turnham Green Terrace. The lights will be switched on at 6pm on Saturday 4 December

The choirs of Belmont Primary School and stage school Arts Ed will be performing Christmas favourites, with mulled wine, hot gin and mince pies available. Other lights will illuminate Old Market Place.

On Sunday morning, the Chiswick Christmas Flower Market opens at 9.30am. The market will have around 50 stalls stretching throughout Old Market Place and along Chiswick High Road.

The market will - as usual - be filling Chiswick with some of the largest selections of flowers and plants in London, and will also be the place to buy real Christmas wreaths and hand-made tree decorations.

It will also have a new section where local independent businesses will be selling traditional toys with a twist, gifts and food ideas.

There will be, as before, street theatre and the music will continue through Sunday with performances from Chiswick Rock Choir, amongst other local musicians. Facepainting will be offered for our younger visitors!

Local businesses are collaborating with the market organisers to provide food and drinks within the market. There will be a street BBQ and mulled wine from Fullers’ George IV pub and mince pies from Planet Organic.

The market is running a series of workshops again during the market. You can book to make your own terrarium with London Terrariums, a Christmas wreath with Sara Ward of Hen Corner, or join a free talk from Wild Chiswick on How To Make a Hedgehog Happy.

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November 19, 2021


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