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The masterplan was drawn up following a two year consultation process with the St Mary’s Lands Working Party – made up of the Corp of Drums, Friends of St Mary’s Lands, Golf Centre, Hill Close Gardens, Warwick Racecourse, Racing Club Warwick Football Club, Warwick Town Council, Warwickshire County Council and the Warwick Society.

Visitors can vote for their favourite Christmas tree and be entered in the prize draw.

Admission on Victorian evening is 50p per adult and for the remainder of the festival it is £1.00 per adult. There will be Entertainment to include a variety of music, including the ever popular Hand Bell ringing demonstration & mulled wine & mince pies.

The Pop Up Café will be serving tea, coffee and homemade cakes on Friday and Saturday of both weekends from 10 am – 4 pm. Have a look at the Events section because there is a wealth of great entertainment and things to do during the winter.

All the trees are individually decorated by the community and local businesses and this will be an opportunity to celebrate the spirit of Christmas and be inspired by local people and organisations. Events are updated on a weekly basis so keep ahead of all the best things about Warwick.

Landscaping for the grade-II listed Hill Close Gardens on Bread and Meat Close has also been included in the redevelopment proposals.

The new entrance will see the old brick ticketing buildings replaced with a new main entrance building for the racecourse and landscaping including trees, paving and grassed areas replacing the worn tarmac.

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Despite opposition, councillors did include a possible hotel within the masterplan, to be located on the site of the current marquee, near the racecourse stands, opposite Warwick Cricket Club.

The council will further consider proposals for a hotel, subject to consultation and planning requirements.

Originally published by Victoria County History, London, 1969.

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