Prosecco, Pilots and Pies!
Prosecco, Pilots & Pies – see what your local businesses have in store for you this Christmas in Navenby….
Luke’s Barbershop will be displaying their famous wet shave and selling their new range of products and Gift Vouchers. Rumour has it Whiskey and lollies are on the offering as well. For the Ladies, Nicole and Lauren from Urban Angels will be on hand to help you with all your curling and styling needs for the festive season. Don’t have your outfit sorted yet? Well, Seconda are rather well placed next door for you to have a browse, meet Carole and enjoy some complimentary Pink Prosecco and mini Christmas puds!
The beautiful Petal & Stalk window is just the beginning of the experience when you walk into this shop. Abigail and her team have Mulled wine, mince pies, discount vouchers and more.
More fizz and nibbles will be available at Cowgirl in Couture where Rachel will have numerous gift ideas (ranging in price from £20) ready to go alongside her divine collection of vintage clothing and accessories. Gents, this is a perfect gift-opportunity to impress like never before….
FREE Fizz? You are spoilt for choice, Rhia McCarthy will be welcoming you into her gorgeous hideaway above the Hair Shop offering Prosecco alongside Cat from the Red Lion, Wellingore. Rhia is launching a new facial and has some great offers on the night. The Hair shop (longest serving in the village) have hot chocolate and Baileys too! Over the road the Marquis of Granby are offering more fizz inside Pedal Electric. This showroom is a must see, regardless of your preferred mode of transport.
Frozen? Claire from well established The Hair and Beauty Lounge is kindly providing refuge, hot chocolate with marshmallows and Baileys as well as Elsa hair styles and face paints for the kids.
If you need to fill a hole then The Tea Rooms, Keen on Cakes, Odlings and Welbourne Bakery will be open for drinks, nibbles, tasters and competitions as well as their best buys for you to takeaway. The Reindeer Fish Bar and Kings Head will open as usual….
David Clarke, Director of DBS will opening the doors for anyone wanting a homemade mince pie, a glass of sherry and brandy butter, alongside expert advice on grants for small businesses if you want it!
The Lion and Royal are serving mulled wine to drink in or take away as you continue to mooch!
Laura and her team are keeping the Antiques shop open as well as the cafe so be sure to pop in and say hello while browsing for some alternative grown up gift ideas.
Macys’s will be serving complimentary shortbread, some street food style stew (£3 eat in or take away) to make sure you shop but don’t drop! Because they are on the high street but others aren’t, inside you will find a beautiful array of Christmas stationary items from Lianne at Loveli – take a sneak peek at her items here. She will be accompanied by husband Simon from Element Development. Horse and Dog Owners should also look out for Sarah Harris, Veterinary Physiotherapist who will be handing out 6 free treatment voucher plus discount vouchers to customers old and new.
Glimmer Candles have the most amazing range of candles and Sandra will be bringing them for you to ‘try before you buy’, great for gifts small or large, find her (and the answer to her very bizarre Christmas Trail question) in the Hair and Beauty Lounge.
Suzanne has travelled back to us for one night and is really looking forward to having a drink with clients, past an present, inside Cowgirl in Couture.
Also supporting the event are….
- 6pm Meet and Greet, Singing begins at the Methodist Church.
- 6.15pm Red 10 to switch on the lights!
- 6.20pm Children’s Christmas Trail to be handed out, prizes to be awarded!
- 6.30pm shops will be open
- 8pm – carols outside the Lion & Royal, hand in completed Christmas Trails.
Parking and Safety
The car park at the Methodist church will NOT be in use between 5.30 and 6.45pm. This is for the safety of all attendees.
Off street Car parking is available at the following places:
- Urban Angels
- Keith Lamyman’s Hard Standing on
Please consider walking and or sharing lifts to avoid congestion.
We hope you will join us in helping to make the first ever ‘Big Switch On’ a huge success for our community and above all else, have a thoroughly enjoyable evening.