Gallery: Young and old get into the Christmas spirit during Fayre at Isaacs on the Waterfront

Crowds of people flocked to Isaacs on the Ipswich Waterfront to visit the reindeer on the last Sunda

Crowds of people flocked to Isaacs on the Ipswich Waterfront to visit the reindeer on the last Sunday before Christmas. Lily- Mae and Kacie-Lefay Clarke with their grandma Joanna Dyer feeding the reindeer.

People across Ipswich descended on a popular Waterfront venue at the weekend for a Christmas extravaganza.

Young and old enjoyed the sight of real-life reindeer during the free Christmas Fayre event, which was held at Isaacs yesterday.

A children’s entertainer was also on show during the event while the Suffolk Soul Singers were getting people into the Christmas spirit with a selection on songs.

Representatives of the Autism and ADHD charity were also present at the event to raise awareness and funds.

Marcella McGovern, events supervisor at Isaacs, said: “We just wanted the children to enjoy it.


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“It went really well and we would like to thank everyone who came down and enjoyed it.”

Mickey Mouse also paid a visit to the pub during the event while there was plenty of food for people to enjoy, including candy floss and popcorn.

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