Barnet Church Bells rang ‘The Changes’ to open and close the day.
Here is a little selection of what everyone enjoyed:
Funfair – Market Stalls – Baked Potato Seller Choirs – Live Bands – Line Dancers – Brass Band – Carol Singing Hog Roast, Punch and Judy , Christmas Market – Victorian Themed Stalls, Music Recitals in St John’s Church, Continental Food Market In The Spires, Indoor Arts and Crafts Stalls in Church House.
A further full children’s programme was also available;
~Manning’s Family Funfair
~Period Street Entertainment and Characters including:- Strolling Musicians and Theatre – Acrobat Display ~BYGONE BARNET Things That Go Bump In Barnet At ‘The Mitre’
~Guided Tours Of Barnet Museum – Wood Street And Much More !
Speaking to Barnetfc.com Birtug Kazim Trust Manager from Barnet FC Community Trust commented, ‘It was great to meet so many of the local people and traders.
Barnet FC Community Trust are proud to be ingrained in our community and we will continue to support local events, such as the Christmas Fayre, wherever possible.
We handed out over 150 complimentary match tickets, 1,500 Barnet FC Team posters, and match day programmes, as well as various other merchandise and goodies.
A big draw as ever was our Speed Shot and Beat the Goalie competition aptly coordinated by Adam and Ashley from the Trust, and it was fantastic to see the fun had not only by the children but also by the parents and guardians too”.
Barnet FC and our Community Trust would like to thank the organisers and the public for making it such a wonderful day and to our logistics partner, Wheels Van & Truck Hire for the use of a van for the day.
To Close The Day Christmas Carols on the High Street and The Bells of St John The Baptist Parish Church rang out loud and proud.
We wish everyone a Merry Christmas, and a Happy New Year’