Two full days of Christmas shopping:

Wednesday 16th November 8.30am - 5pm
Thursday 17th November 8.30am - 5pm

Come to Holloways for two days of Christmas shopping and help to support the Worcestershire Breast Unit Haven Charity.

We are welcoming boutique gift shops and artisan food producers to our Christmas marketplace again. It will be brimming with brilliant ideas for gifts and bursting with delicious Christmas fare. Our fabulous Holloways Gift Shop will be stacked high with imaginative and unique gifts for the whole family, from the luxurious to the affordable!

Meet your friends and make a day of it. Our award-winning Glasshouse Café is offering delicious refreshments throughout the day:

Breakfast with Bubbles    9 - 11am     £12
Your choice from our new breakfast menu with a glass of fizz

Shopper's Lunch     12 - 1.30pm or 1.45 - 3.15pm   £15 (two courses)

Traditional Afternoon Tea for Two    3.30 - 5pm    £18

Call 01886 884665 to reserve a table.

The event sold out last year, so don't delay - book your table now!
Booking is essential to avoid disappointment as we are unable to provide lunch unless a booking has been made.

Christmas Shoppers

All in a good cause

"Everyone knows someone"

We are delighted to support the Worcestershire Breast Unit Haven Charity.
Holloways and all the stallholders will be donating 10% of the value of every gift sold over the two days to our chosen charity. The £5 entrance fee will also be collected by WBUH for their cause.
The Worcestershire Breast Unit Haven Charity helps the new Breast Unit provide clinical services, assistance with breast care needs and complementary therapies over and above what the NHS can offer. Their aim is to be one of the best breast care units in the UK.

Our Sponsor

This year’s Christmas Extravaganza is very kindly sponsored by Saffery Champness, one of the UK's top 20 firms of Chartered Accountants. From its office in Bristol, the firm advises private clients, businesses, entrepreneurs and landowners on the financial and taxation issues that affect them.

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