Don’t miss the indoor Christmas market

2016-11-22 06:00
KZNCMF convenors Deborah Coskey and Debbie Viviers get into the festive spirit ahead of the biggest indoor KZN Christmas Market. Photo: supplied

KZNCMF convenors Deborah Coskey and Debbie Viviers get into the festive spirit ahead of the biggest indoor KZN Christmas Market. Photo: supplied

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THE 2016 KZN Christmas Market Festival (kzncmf) is set to be the biggest indoor Christmas market KZN has ever seen.
The festival runs from 13 to the 17 December at CityHill Auditorium, 1 Greenmeadow Lane, Hillcrest. Trading hours are Tuesday to Friday 9am to 8pm and 9am to 1pm on Saturday.

Grab a basket and browse the auditorium filled with over 150 stalls of hand-crafted, high quality gifts, décor, toys, nibbles and all things magical.
A separate food court and children’s play area outside will ensure that you can shop for as long as you want.

“Our aim is to create a platform for craftsmen from across KZN to showcase their talent in one comfortable and easily accessible destination. Being indoors we are able to trade come rain or shine, from morning to evening and provide a calm, relaxed shopping experience for all ages.
“The Guide Dog Association of South Africa is our main charity this year. Show your support and have a photo taken at their photo booth with the gorgeous guide dogs and puppies,” says Deborah Coskey and Debbie Viviers, festival convenors.

What you can expect:

• High quality, hand crafted products on sale to fit every budget.

• Delicious fresh food available.

• Play area for the children.

• Relaxed atmosphere (and all undercover).

• Pay with cash or via Zapper or credit card for easy shopping.

• Plenty off-street parking.

• Evening food markets on 15 and 16 December from 4pm.

For more information, email or contact Debbie on 083 795 0105 or Deborah on 083 267 2424 or visit

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