Cyprus Community of NSW to get into festive spirit with annual Christmas Markets


The Cyprus Community of New South Wales will get into the festive spirit this Saturday, December 16 with their annual Christmas Markets.

The 2023 Christmas Markets are set to be the biggest yet, with 30 stalls selling a varying of products including candles, fashion products, Christmas goods, arts and accessories, and of course, plenty of food.

There will also be music rides and lots of entertainment for kids and their families.

Even Santa is expected to make a special appearance with the Marrickville Fire Brigade, which is the perfect opportunity to take plenty of photos. Santa’s helper will be there to capture all the precious festive moments.

The Cyprus Community of NSW’s Christmas Markets will be held at the Cyprus Club in Stanmore from 8 am to 3 pm.




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