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Cabins Unlimited Christmas Market

Cabins Unlimited Christmas Market

Published by Shania Scott - Sales on 12th Dec 2018

There is no better feeling than visiting a Christmas Market, walking round the stalls and listening to Christmas music with a glass of Mulled wine. On the 7th of December we invited Local businesses to join us for our Cabins Unlimited Christmas Market to help promote themselves and really show our customers what a Log Cabin can be used for.

With a wide range of stalls from Pets to Christmas decorations, food, drink and other activities the Christmas Market had a warm buzz. Stall holders were placed in the log cabins on our North Burlingham display site. The Log Cabins we used were The Melanie, Bret, Etta and Helena which can all be found on our website in a wide range of sizes. All these Cabins offer a different feel to them, some more traditional and some more modern like the Etta and Bret. We used these Cabins as they are all different examples of what we can do. The Melanie is a corner summer house and the Etta is a Nordic house which is a panel building.

Santa made an early journey from Lapland to take residency in his Cabins Unlimited Grotto. He gave an early present to all the Children who visited him at the event taking time out of his very busy schedule to talk with them. Santa brought some beautiful animals with him to the event, from an owl to some Christmas Donkeys. The children were able to ride up and down the Christmas market on the Donkeys seeing all the beautiful lights and trees that were on display. Even the adults at the market got to stroke and have pictures with the Christmas Donkeys and they gave the market that extra special Christmas feeling.

We were lucky enough to have Cantley and Freethorpe Schools come and sing a few carols for us on the night. All the singers were fantastic and everyone said how well they did. Christmas Music was played throughout the night to get everyone in the festive spirit.