The Great Nativity Dress up Days in Thame Town Centre

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If you go down to Thame this Saturday, You’re sure of a big surprise
If you go down to Thame this Saturday, You’d better go in disguise!
For every child/adult/pet that ever there was will gather there for certain because….Saturday’s the day of The Great Nativity Dress up!

It has been a really tough year and so to spread a little fun and joy in Thame the town is coming together to embrace 3 fabulous days of Dressing up. Every Saturday leading up to Christmas there are different dress up ‘themes’ for shoppers to follow if they feel brave enough. Although the event is aimed at children it is definitely open to anyone who is ‘young at heart’, and the more people who get involved, the greater the spectacle will be! So help your children dress up, or find your ‘inner child’ and raid your wardrobe and come to town dressed as the following:

  • Saturday 5th: Mary & Joseph        
  • Saturday 12th: Shepherds & Animals       
  • Saturday 19th: Kings &Angels

Anyone who takes part can collect a chocolate prize from Christchurch (Upper High Street – open 11am – 4pm). However they can also be in with a chance of winning a BIGGER prize as part of a Facebook only competition. To enter, take a Selfie against the backdrop displayed between NatWest & Crew Clothing and share it under the relevant Facebook Post that will be posted at 10am each Saturday morning on the Christmas in Thame Facebook page.

The event has been supported by local businesses and so as an additional incentive you will also get AT LEAST a 5% discount from Baban Boutique (Buttermarket), Planet Health & Organics (Greyhound Walk) and Bizzie Lizzies Flower Shop (Upper High Street) if you shop with them while you are dressed up on these Saturdays.

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