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Festivities keep on coming as Coca Cola Truck visit draws near...

As the Christmas Fayre packs away for another year, the excitement in the build-up to Christmas continues at arc shopping centre, as the Coca-Cola Christmas truck arrival gets closer. The iconic red truck will be stopping off in Bury St Edmunds, as part of its 46 city UK tour, on Thursday 10th December, from 12pm until 8pm.

During the visit, the people of Bury St Edmunds will have the opportunity to get up close and personal with the famous vehicle and take pictures with the truck as it lights up in a winter wonderland setting. For many, the sight of the big, sparkly red truck and the words "holidays are coming" epitomise the start of Christmas and this year sees the iconic truck celebrate 20 years on TV.

Throughout the evening, between 4pm and 8pm, shoppers will be also be able to visit the arc angels who will be in the centre, offering shoppers the opportunity to win a £200 shopping spree in arc shopping centre. Parking at arc, and throughout Bury, is free on Thursday’s, after 4pm and the shops will be open until 8pm, perfect for any late night shoppers looking to buy some Christmas presents.

Centre manager of arc shopping centre, Colin Roberts, said; “The Coca-Cola Truck arriving in Bury St Edmunds is going to be fantastic, it enhances what is already proving to be wonderful Christmas at arc. Our shops will be open until 8pm and shoppers will be able to take advantage of the free parking in town after 4pm. The towns’ Ice Skating rink will be open in Charter Square, and with the arc angels giving away £200 this December, we’re going to make someone’s Christmas very merry indeed.


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