Calling all shoppers to the annual Christmas Market, raising funds for Veterans in Scotland
By Susan Hamilton
Scotland’s largest Veterans charity is calling on Christmas shoppers and businesses to join in the
festive cheer and sign up for the long-awaited return of Erskine’s annual Christmas Cracker.
To be held this year at one of Paisley’s most enchanting buildings, Coats Paisley, an outstanding Gothic
revival former church on Paisley High Street.
Coats Paisley will play host to Erskine’s much-loved event on Sunday, November 21st with extra
space for even more stall holders to showcare the best in arts, crafts, homeware, fashion food and
drink and much more.
With great transports links and a multi-story car park available, Erskine’s Christmas Market at Coats
Paisley will help shoppers get into the festive spirit with a wide-range of handpicked boutique stalls.
Jennifer Campbell, Events and Corporate Fundraising Manager at Erskine, said: “Everyone at
Erskine is excited to see the return of our Christmas Cracker and we are truly looking forward to
coming back to Coats Paisley.
“We would love for business to get involved in the festive fun in what
is a brilliant opportunity for them to show off their products in the run up to Christmas.
“Erskine relies upon our fundraising events to ensure that we are able to provide the exceptional
level of care and support that our Veterans deserve.”
“We are also looking forward to welcoming supporters after the disappointment of missing out last
year. We hope you will join us and get set for Christmas with an array of unique gifts to choose from
and indulge in a wonderfully festive shopping experience.
“The Christmas Cracker is always a brilliant occasion for the local community and helps raise vital funds for the charity.”
- If your business would like to take part in this year’s Christmas Cracker, contact
email@example.com to find out more.