Newquay Business Improvement District (Newquay BID) is excited to announce that the eighth Festive Events Guide to Newquay is now available. This guide has been produced to showcase Newquay and its offerings over the festive period and increase footfall throughout this period. Funded by Newquay BID and designed by ICG Creative this free events guide is available to all. You can digitally download from the Newquay BID website or pick up copies from Visit Newquay TIC or drop into local businesses who will also be stocking these.
This year, the bumper 16-page guide promises to help you plan the perfect Christmas in Newquay. All events being held from 30th November until 1st January are included. Everything from family parties, quizzes, live music, church services, DJ sets, work party get-togethers, to Christmas markets and firework displays are included. This year, Newquay BID received an overwhelming response from businesses and local community groups detailing all their events over this period. With over 140 event listings over December and including over 75 businesses, this is the largest guide to date.
8,000 copies of the guide are being produced with 5,000 being distributed as inserts by Newquay Voice and the remaining 3,000 available to local businesses and members of the public. The guide will also be available to digitally download from the Newquay BID website.
Carla Jones, BID Manager, commented: “We’re so excited to have made our eighth Festive Events Guide to Newquay and this year we have packed it full of events to keep you going all the way though till the 1st January. We couldn’t have done this without the community groups and businesses, so we would like to say a special thank you to everyone who submitted an event to us. The guide also includes information on this year’s Festive festival being held on Friday 30th November, which is one you will not want to miss!’’
For more information about the Festive Events Guide and to obtain a copy, please contact Newquay BID via email firstname.lastname@example.org or alternatively visit the Tourist Information Centre on Marcus Hill.
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