Presents Galore is East Anglia’s most spectacular Christmas fair. Set in the stunning surroundings of Newmarket’s Rowley Mile Racecourse, the three-day Christmas shopping extravaganza offers the perfect start to the festive season. Delivering all of the atmosphere, sights and aromas of Christmas and featuring over 100 boutique stalls, the fair is a treasure trove of unique gifts and experiences just waiting to be found.
Presents Galore opens with the ultimate late-night shopping event on Friday evening, and continues throughout the weekend to allow visitors to purchase all of their Christmas presents in one place. The timings for the fair are as follows:
Early Bird tickets are on sale now, priced at £6.00 until 31st October. From 1st – 23rd November ticket prices will increase to £7.00 online with admission costing £8.00 on the door during the event. Under 16s go free and purchasing general admission on any day will allow entry to the fair for the whole weekend. As a limited time offer, the first 200 ticket bookers will also receive a free drinks voucher to redeem during their trip to Presents Galore. With ample free parking on site, Presents Galore offers the perfect Christmas shopping experience this year.
The event boasts a fabulous range of culinary options to suite every taste. Shoppers can add a touch of sparkle to their day by indulging in our Christmas Tea; consisting of a quintessential afternoon tea with a seasonal twist, a glass of Coates and Seely English Sparkling Wine (alternatively tea, coffee or a soft drink) plus weekend admission to Presents Galore, all for just £25.00 per person.
For those after something a little heartier, our roast lunch package will be sure to hit the spot. Also including weekend admission to the fair, diners will enjoy a delicious roast for just £20.00 for adults and £10.00 for children. These packages are available to pre-book only and can be purchased here .
As well as offering a superb opportunity for Christmas shopping, Presents Galore is a force for good. Having previously raised money for Macmillan Cancer Support, from 2019 onwards funds generated by the event will go to two of racing’s foremost charities in the form of Racing Welfare and Palace House, Newmarket. Racing Welfare, which has also taken over the organisation of the event, works to support all of racing’s people throughout their lives. The charity offers a range of advice and guidance services and arranges hundreds of community engagement events across the country each year. Palace House, Newmarket, which details Her Majesty the Queen as its Patron, is home to a number of attractions including the National Heritage Centre for Horseracing and Sporting Art. 🎄