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The Weymouth Victorian Shownight will be held on Friday 6th December in the heart of Weymouth starting at 3pm and finishing at 9pm.


The event will be organised by Roger Dalton Associates in conjunction and support of the Weymouth BID team.  Roger Dalton Associates were the successful business who won the Weymouth BID Events Tender for the next 3 years and Shownight will be their first event .  The company will be investing more that £10,000 in festive attractions, events and music backed by a full marketing campaign of leaflets, posters, banners, social media and press support.  There will also be FREE parking in Weymouth from 3pm in the Council run town centre car parks and many shops will be opening until late.  Weymouth & Portland Borough Council and the Weymouth & Portland Chamber of Commerce are also working to support this event .

Nigel Reed, Weymouth BID Manager said “The board of Directors are delighted to be working with Roger Dalton Associates as our  Events company for the next 3 years.  Roger Dalton and his team have demonstrated their experience and skill in delivering high quality events in Weymouth over a number of years including the Dorset Seafood Festival and events held at Brewers Quay.  I am sure that the Victorian Shownight will be one to be remembered and we encourage all businesses to get involved “

Roger Dalton, Event Organiser saidWe are very proud to have been awarded the Events Tender for the Weymouth BID.  We have lots of exciting events planned for Shownight including an Ice Rink, a herd of Reindeers, Father Christmas Grotto, outdoor stalls and shops participating in the Victorian theme – our aim is to create an atmosphere “Just how Christmas used to be”.  Mr Dalton went on to say “ We are encouraging businesses to join in the fun by setting up stalls outside their premises or to have staff dressed in Victorian costume.  Shops can also run events inside their own businesses with special offers for customers.”

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