Norwich Christmas shopping 2016: Jarrolds unveils the city’s first festive shop window

Jarrold Christmas windows 2016 Picture: Louisa Baldwin

Jarrold Christmas windows 2016 Picture: Louisa Baldwin - Credit: Archant

Jarrolds has delivered an early Christmas present to Norwich shoppers, with the unveiling of the city's first festive window display of 2016.

Jarrold Christmas windows 2016 Picture: Louisa Baldwin

Jarrold Christmas windows 2016 Picture: Louisa Baldwin - Credit: Archant

The London Street display is dressed with reindeer in a woodland setting, complete with an abundance of toys, toadstools and autumnal decoration.

The shop windows on the Exchange Street side of the store are expected to be much more Christmassy and will be finished by November 1.

Jarrold Christmas windows 2016 Picture: Louisa Baldwin

Jarrold Christmas windows 2016 Picture: Louisa Baldwin - Credit: Archant

With 68 days to go until December 25, Jarrolds are the first department store in the city to unveil their festive windows.

John Lewis, House of Fraser and Debenhams are all expected to reveal their window wonderlands in the coming weeks.

Jarrold the store, Norwich. Photo : Steve Adams

Jarrold the store, Norwich. Photo : Steve Adams - Credit: Steve Adams


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Festive proceedings in Norwich will fully spark into action on November 17, when the city's Christmas lights will be switched on.

The city will also deliver a tunnel of light, traditional Norwegian market and projection shows on Norwich Castle and city hall.

The Eastern Daily Press and Norwich Evening News return to host the ice rink in Castle Mall Gardens from December 16 to January 8.

It's set to be a cracker of a Christmas in Norwich!

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