This traditional, annual event continues to offer a packed and festive day of fun!
From 10am - 4pm you can enjoy the craft fair in St. Peter’s Church on the High Street. Visit Mrs Claus in her grotto from 10am in the Burgh halls whilst Santa hands out sweets.
From 10am – 3pm you can enjoy the craft fair in the Burgh Halls, a charity street fair at The Cross and the monthly farmers market which will be situated at the Vennel.
From 2pm - 4pm enjoy the Line Gallery Exhibition and mulled wine.
There will also be children’s entertainment & Santa Claus at the Cross throughout the day. If you want to take part in the torchlight procession then make sure you head to Lowport Primary School by 4.30pm for the distribution of the torches!
At 5pm the Grand Torchlight Procession will depart from Lowport Primary School.
The procession will end at The Cross in front of the Burgh Halls, where carol singing will take us to the switch on of the Christmas tree lights at 6pm!
NB. If you are interested in taking a stall at the craft fair please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
From Edinburgh and the east leave the M9 at junction 3 and follow the A803 into Linlithgow.
From Falkirk and the north leave the M9 at junction 4 and follow the A803 into the town.
From Glasgow and the west leave the M8 at junction 4 and follow the A706 into Linlithgow.
From Carlisle and the south leave the M74 at junction 13. Follow the A73 into Lanark and join the A706 to Linlithgow.
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Linlithgow station is on the line from Edinburgh Waverly to Falkirk, Glasgow Queen Street and to Dunblane.
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