Ceredigion Museum will host a magical Christmas Fayre unlike any other.

Ceredigion Museum will begin the festive season with a magical day and invites everyone to join on Saturday, 01 December. Along with Father Christmas, the event will include a group of local craftspeople showcasing their products, traditional festive workshops, games and live music bringing the beautiful Edwardian Theatre alive.

Seirian De’Rome, event organiser and volunteer at the Museum said, “Bring the whole family to meet jolly Father Christmas and his trusty elves in our cosy 19th century cottage and personally deliver your letter. After, browse through the local craft stalls for that perfect Christmas gift or have a go yourself and create something unique to take home.”

“Take a break in our elegant café, and relax while you immerse yourself in the chimes and chorales of Christmas. This truly is a day with something for everyone. If you can’t make the day, it will all be here again on 15 December.”

Ceredigion Museum’s events calendar is full in the lead up to the festive season. Sarah Morton, Ceredigion Museums Sustainability Officer is excited by the variety of entertainment on offer, “The celebrations will continue throughout December with all the best traditional highlights of the season. Join us, the Showtime Singers and Sgarmes, for a cosy evening on 14 December. Sing out the old, bring in the new with Rapscullion and friends on Solstice Eve, or come to our Christmas matinee, which is Supercalifragilistic Mary Poppins (1964) on 23 December. Don’t forget to leave the children at home and relax at the merry fun filled Caberela Nadolig on 23 December at 7pm.”

We look forward to welcoming one and all to this festive fun filled days and nights.

Check the Amgueddfa Ceredigion Museum Facebook page and website www.ceredigionmuseum.wales for a full programme of events and be sure to pre-book before they fill up!

Anyone interested in holding a stall for the Christmas Craft fayres on 01 and 15 December should contact Seirian De’ Rome at seiriand@ceredigion.gov.uk.