A FESTIVE fair is set to return to the high street...and organisers expect a great event after the success of the carnival.

Burnham Carnival organisers have announced the outdoor festive fair is set to return to the High Street.

There will be a range of stalls, fair rides, festive food and drink, and performances from Epic Dance, Serena Grant, Loula Panayi and The Every Voice Choir.

Children will also enjoy a visit from father Christmas.

It is hoped some of the highly popular cosplayers and pirates who attended last month's carnival will also make an appearance.

Organiser Wayne Martin said: "Planing is still on going but it should be a great event."

The High Street will be closed from 9am to 9pm between Chapel Road and Riverside Road on the day of the fair, Saturday, December 4.

Although the event doesn't start until 3pm, and ends at 7pm, stall holders will be arriving early and leaving later for the set up and take down of the huge event.

Organisers ask drivers to not leave their car parked overnight, or if they can they're asked to move it before 9am.

If for any reason cars are left in the High Street after 9.30am, drivers may not be able to get them out until the evening.

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