Cupar’s Christmas Countdown!
Christmas is coming – and this weekend (Saturday 25th November) sees the annual Light Switch On as well as Santa’s Grotto – all delivered by Cupar at Christmas.
When visiting, take some time out to explore and enjoy all that Cupar has to offer – from our shops and businesses providing all manner of services to the great collection of eateries and places to drink. Many of these will be open for the Switch-On – so please show your support and visit them if you can. On and closest to Crossgate you will find …
- Cafes, Restaurants & Takeaways
- Pubs …
Annual Cupar Light Switch On
Saturday 25th November on Crossgate (1100 – 1900)
- Citizen of The Year (1745 – 1800)
- Codona’s funfair
- Visit the Christmas Market – along with Adamson Hospital League of friend – at the Corn Exchange (1000-1700); there is a £1.50 entry fee. Children are free.
Make a day of it …
You can even take a walk to discover more on the town’s history via the Blue Plaque Trail – and journey into the town’s medieval heritage and more. Just use this link for the digital map.
More festive dates …
Small Business Saturday UK is a grassroots, non-commercial campaign, which highlights small business success and encourages consumers to ‘shop local’ and support small businesses in their communities. The day itself takes place on the first Saturday in December each year, but the campaign aims to have a lasting impact on small businesses.
On Small Business Saturday, customers across the country go out and support all types of small businesses, online, in offices and in stores. Many small businesses take part in the day by hosting events and offering discounts. If you’re running an event or promotion for Small Business Saturday in or around Cupar, tell us via this link and we’ll help to spread the word.
Want to get involved in next year’s Christmas events?
Get in touch with Christmas at Cupar …
“We organise and fund-raise for Cupar’s Christmas Festival. This begins with the Switch-On of the Festive lighting (which we also bought and pay to store and maintain). This celebration includes street entertainment and Christmas Market. Then throughout December there is a concert featuring local schoolchildren and any other events we can manage to organise. We also hold fund-raising events throughout the year.“
Thanks for reading.