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Places to Enjoy Winter Events 2012-13 in Great Britain

In the Great Britain, December, January and February are considered to be the coldest months and best months to enjoy. Either on holidays or on official visit it is hard to decide what to do throughout your stay in Great Britain. During the winters, it comes alive with lot of festivals and events to celebrate Christmas and the New Year. The event ranges from conventional to the eccentric and has something to offer to everyone.
Spitalfields Winter Festival (7-18 Dec’12)

The summers may be fading but Spitalfields year end melodious fete proceeds to temperate the winters and will run from 7-18 Dec’12. It is a stirring program of music changing lives and targeting mass through music in London East. It bring artists and local people under the most atypical and ingenious part of London. There are two annual music festivals all over the year in the local community and the focus is on music and its command to get people collectively, modify perception, engaging the body and sentiments to broaden energy! You can buy individual tickets for events at local venues.

International Artists performance:-

Alasdair Fraser & Natalie Haas
Scottish Reels and Winter Riffs
Winter Wonderland (23 Nov’12 – 6 Jan’13)

The Hyde Park Winter Wonderland is conceivably the best part of the winter actions in London. Every year major chunk of visitors from all over the world land in London, to enjoy exhilarating, celebratory experience in the capital’s most good looking parks. The event brags London’s prime open-air ice rink, giving visitors the opportunity to enjoy ice skating till late in the night. There are number of souks that turn up during the festival, carrying great food, drinks, crafts and gifts that are vital for Christmas inspiration. The German souk is predominantly admired for contributing conventional chew over wine, Bavarian beer, roasted nuts and bratwurst, apart from idiosyncratic and long-established gifts such as wooden toys and hand crafted jewelry.
Chocolate Festival at the Southbank Centre (7 – 9 Dec’12)


Welcome to the 9th edition of Chocolate Festival in Southbank, the house for one of the London’s most luscious fiesta, rejoicing all the great confectionaries made from up of cocoa bean. There is no entry fees for visitors and possess surprising assortments of chocolate goods and sweet experience. There are chocolate making workshops and masters in choco making from all over the world signifying their flair. You can also interact with Britain’s best chocolate producers and can also learn how raw chocolate can affect your health in significant way.

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