This year’s Ystrad Mynach Festive Fair is set to bring a sparkle throughout the town centre on Saturday, November 17.
Organised by Gelligaer Community Council and supported by Caerphilly County Borough Council the town will be bursting with more than 30 festive stalls between the hours of 9am and 5pm.
There will be a fantastic selection of food and craft stalls, which will run through the length of Bedwlwyn Road, selling beautiful gifts from Christmas decorations, toys and jewellery to tasty bakes and traditional festive treats.
There will also be children’s funfair rides, real reindeer, bands and a Santa’s grotto.
A week later, Bargoed will be brought to life on Saturday, November 24, as Lowry Plaza and Hanbury Square become host to a mini winter wonderland.
Filled with festive stalls and entertainment, there will be lots of fun for everyone.
From 9am until 5pm the town centre will be transformed into a hive of activity for people of all ages.
A selection of food and craft stalls will located on Lowry Plaza, giving you an opportunity to kick-start your Christmas shopping whilst enjoying a lovely festive atmosphere.
There will also be funfair attractions and street theatre to enjoy.
On Hanbury Square a music stage will be host to local choirs, schools and bands as well as a funhouse and children’s activities.
Supported by Bargoed Town Council, St Gwlady’s Church will be host to a Santa’s Grotto (£1.50 per child) and the annual Christmas light switch-on will take place at 4.30pm near St Gwlady’s car park.