Late night shopping on Thursday so you can find your perfect gifts

Shops in Kingsbridge are opening late on Thursday this week, to make sure everyone can get their perfect Christmas gifts while also supporting local businesses. 

Late night Christmas shopping on Thursday

Thursday, 17 December, will see more than 15 shops on Fore Street open until 7pm to allow people to get their Christmas shopping done after work, after the kids have finished running riot or just when it looks more festive with all the beautiful lights and shop windows that have been decorated this year. 

So if you want gifts, trinkets, floral displays, bunches of flowers, eco-friendly products, branded clothes, fair trade gifts, local arts and crafts, antiques, photography sessions, cards, wrapping paper and gift tags, quirky presents, a piece of art, eye-catching signs and decorations, something for the gamer in your life, homewares, children's toys and then something to warm your cockles afterwards, Kingsbridge is the place to be on Thursday.

Kingsbridge Town Council have ensured the Christmas lights are looking beautiful and welcoming this year, as always, and the shops have pulled out all the stops to make the town look truly beautiful at night. Even if you have everything organised this year, why not pop in just to see how gorgeous it all looks. Some well-needed serenity at the end of a completely insane year. 

South Hams District Councillor Jonathan Hawkins talks about the importance of supporting local businesses this year

Thousands of businesses have been under immense pressure due to the pandemic and subsequent lockdown, so this year more than ever it is important to turn away from large companies and spend your hard earned money where it is needed most. On our high streets and with our local retailers. 


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