Festive fun at Winnersh Triangle

Workers browsed the stalls at the Winnersh Triangle Christmas fair
Workers browsed the stalls at the Winnersh Triangle Christmas fair

A FESTIVE fair added some Christmas cheer to workers at Winnersh Triangle earlier this month.

The event was held in The Venue – the business park’s community space – and saw more than 800 people come along to enjoy the fun.

Visitors could enjoy some seasonal shopping and browse for Christmas presents. Stalls offered memorabilia for movie and music buffs, personalised photo canvases, luxury skincare and hand-sewn Christmas decorations.

There was even a free gift-wrapping service putting the perfect finishing touch on the gifts.
Those attending the event were treated to a free turkey curry while listening to carol singers.

Winnersh Triangle donated proceeds from the event totalling £130 to one of the park’s occupiers: Guide Dogs Reading Mobility Team. The Guide Dogs team also had its own stall at the event, raising a further £193 for the charity.

Winnersh Triangle’s Beverly Harrison said: “Our annual Christmas fair is one of the most popular events we hold during the year, giving everyone across the park a chance to come together and celebrate the festive season.

“We are delighted to organise and host these events for the benefit and enjoyment of those working at the park.”

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