Victorian Street Fair

Whitehead, County Antrim, Northern Ireland

Latest news updated 1 October 2013

© Meg Learner 2013

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An annual event at the end of November/ start of December, where the whole town becomes part of a Victorian Christmas and incorporating the Christmas Carol Service, switching on the Christmas Lights and the Christmas fireworks display.

2013 Victorian Street Fair - Saturday 23 November

Victorian Street Fair

Popular Day Out

Whitehead’s Victorian Street Fair has become a popular day out for visitors from all over the province, who come to see the many Victorian type attractions, visit the Market / Fair in the Community Centre and just wander through the streets of this Victorian era town watching all the street attractions, such as fire eaters, the Grinch and a Penny-farthing cyclist.

Most of the shops in town decorate themselves with a Victorian theme and the shopkeepers and shop assistants dress in typical Victorian costume. Many of the customers and visitors also take the opportunity to dress up in Victorian costume.

Victorian Shops

Street Attractions

The whole town takes on a Victorian theme, with residents and visitors taking the opportunity to dress in Victorian clothes and wander through an authentic Victorian Christmas experience.

Only 3 inside stalls left, as at 7 October 2013.

Stalls are made available on a first come - first served basis. So don’t delay, make sure you get YOUR application in as soon as possible to avoid disappointment. Still some outside stall spaces available.