Operation Cracker: It’s time to get festive in Eastfield!
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As part of Operation Cracker, Scarborough Fire and Rescue and Police Volunteers from Eastfield Police Station are lending their support to the Westway Open Arms Christmas Fayre in Eastfield.
The special festive event will be held at Holy Nativity Church, next to the Westway Open Arms, between 1pm and 3pm on Saturday 3 December.
It will bring local people together through fun activities, workshops and stalls for all ages.
Opening the event will be the arrival, at 1pm, of Santa Claus who will be trading in his bright red sleigh for a ride in Scarborough Fire and Rescue’s bright red fire engine!
Among the attractions and entertainment will be a variety of Christmas and food stalls, children’s rides, arts and crafts, face painting, Christmas sweets and treats and, of course, Santa’s grotto.
Bernie Brown, Centre Manager at Westway Open Arms, said:
“I thank all who have supported and donated to the Christmas Fayre, with special thanks to North Yorkshire Police, North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service, Irton Garden Centre for the Christmas tree, Signs Express for the wonderful banner, and all the local businesses that have donated prizes and Christmas goods. Their generosity is much appreciated.”