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Hastings Pier proudly presents “Neverland at Christmas”

Join us this festive season for a Neverland-themed event on Hastings Pier, twinned with White Rock Theatre’s pantomime, Peter Pan. This fun-filled, six-week event will feature new attractions and events to entertain children and adults alike.

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Climb aboard Captain Hook’s fearsome pirate ship “The Jolly Roger” from next Friday 18th November, and gain a full experience of being on the high seas. Free entry to the ship for all you pirates!

Next Friday will also see the opening of the Snow Slide, which will provide fantastic fun for all ages. Think happy thoughts and have a go for only £2 per ride, or enjoy three rides for £5.

There will be much more coming up in December, from illuminated funfair rides to Christmas markets! Come along to Hastings Pier Charity’s popular free family Christmas workshops. Enjoy seasonal food and drink in a great atmosphere from our festooned chalets and Pavilion Restaurant and Bar. Choose from a wide range of fantastic Christmas gifts from our retail kiosks, shops and markets.

There will also be performances and other themed entertainment throughout the festive season. You may even bump into “Captain Hook”, “Peter Pan” or “Tinkerbell”… And, of course, beware of Pirates!

Karen Trimmings, Operations Manager at Hastings Pier Charity, said: “This will be the first Christmas that Hastings Pier has been open to the public in almost a decade. It has been a privilege to work with Roger Crouch as the creative mastermind behind these exciting Christmas festivities on the pier, and we would also like to thank our partners and sponsors, without whom this event wouldn’t be possible. We are thrilled to be able to invite you onto the pier for our festive celebrations, and look forward to seeing you there!”

Roger Crouch added: “I am pleased to helping with this great project this Christmas, and look forward to a very successful festive season on the pier.”

Find out more at: www.hastingspier.org.uk

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