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Boldmere Christmas festival is back after missing last year due to the pandemic. There will be stalls aplenty, rides, food and drink.
Thousands are expected to turn up for lights switch on by Perry the Commonwealth Games 2022 Mascot. It will take place along Boldmere Road (the High Street) on Sunday November 21st from 1pm-6pm with the road closed to all traffic.
This year there will be a Ferris wheel which will draw the surrounding buildings, children’s attractions merry go round, flying planes and bungee trampolines.
The festival will also feature the Commonwealth Games 2022 roadshow showcasing the event that will be coming to Sutton for the triathlon events
The lights will be switched on at %.30pm in the build up there will be lots of entertainment on the main stage hosted by Switch Radios Terri-Anne Cooper.
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