News: Town News Dec 15

Posted on 17th December 2015

Dear Team Member


Just a reminder there will be £1 All Day Parking at Queens Crescent and Station Road long stay car parks this Saturday 19th December.


This Saturday 19th December the Salvation Army will be playing festive songs in the shopping centre at intervals throughout the day.


The Martlets Shopping Centre is delighted to announce it will be hosting a festive programme of performances for shoppers to enjoy throughout the Saturdays of December – this Saturday 19th December the programme is as outlined below:










The Martlets Shopping Centre’s Late traders are as follows:



10-5pm Sunday

9-7pm – Monday to Wednesday



9-4pm Sunday

7am-10pm Mon-Weds

7am – 6pm Christmas Eve



Sunday 10am – 6pm

9-7pm Mon – Weds



8am-8pm Monday to Wednesday

7am-6pm Christmas Eve



Best wishes


Burgess Hill Town Centre Partnership Operational Town Team


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