Hungerford Christmas Extravaganza Friday 8th December

The rumours have been flying but don’t worry folks, Hungerford’s beloved Extravaganza is still happening, the only change is in the name. After 25 successful years as the Victorian Extravaganza it was felt that the event could be refreshed.

The format remains the same, kicking off with the official opening at 5pm, the parade at 7pm and closing out with fireworks at 9pm.

All the old favourites will still be there:...

 

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