Celebrate Perth's Winter Festival & Win £1,000!

Christmas Market

One of Scotland’s favourite Winter destinations, Perth City Centre is a popular choice for shopping, eating out and being entertained! And this winter, there's FREE parking in all council car parks throughout Perth and Kinross in December - so even more of an excuse to visit!

The Perth Winter Festival calendar of events runs right up until Chinese New Year in February and brings with it a seasonal extravaganza of markets, shows, family fun and cultural events.

Come and celebrate everything festive in Scotland’s newest city as there's live music, a chocolate festival and a cultural event for the entire community – Perth Winter Festival has something for everyone!

Think everything from foodie fountains to knitters circles, singing brownies to chart-topping stars. While you’re in Perth, why not stop for lunch, wander through one of the fantastic markets or get tickets for one of the amazing Christmas shows, pantos or concerts?

Here's a few dates for the diary...

Saturday 25th November - Meet Santa’s Furry Friends in Perth City Centre
Sunday 26th November - The Perth St Andrew’s Day Scottish Festival
Saturday 9th December - Perth Santa Run
Saturday 27th January 2018 to Wednesday 14th February 2018 - Perth Riverside Light Nights
Saturday 10th February 2018 - Perthshire Chinese New Year Celebrations

 

Win a £1,000 Perth Gift Card!

You could be celebrating the festive season with a whopping £1,000 to spend across Perth as we have a Perth Gift Card loaded with all that cash to be won.

Sort out gifts for your friends and family for the year to come, or why not treat yourself in the January sales? How good would that extra £1,000 be at this time of year? Especially as the gift card is accepted in over 80 different businesses in Perth City Centre.

For the chance to win answer the question before 13:00 on Monday 18th December.

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Win £1,000 To Spend In Perth City Centre!

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