Chester Victorian Christmas Market

22 Nov 12 to 24 Dec 12

Chester’s Christmas Market is always popular for finding gifts and tasty treats. The market offers a wide range of beautiful jewellery, hats, gloves and scarve also wooden board games and metal art. There’s festive food on offer including cheeses, sweets, soup, fruits and olives not forgetting the traditional hot chestnuts. You will also find Santa…..

Here’s some of the great stalls you’ll find when visiting Chester.

Christmas Gift Ideas

The Hat Company UK Limited – Mens and ladies hats, gloves and scarves, locally manufactured
Bethlehem Artisans – Olive Wood Gift Products Olive wood figurines & decorations, cards, ceramic coasters
Winbridge Craft – Wooden Board Games
Scented candle fruit
Pashmina Scarves, Shamballa Bracelets, Crystal Ornaments & Jewellery.
Inspired Celtic – Celtic hand knitted woollen jumpers, zip tops
Winbridge Craft – Wooden Baskets & Wooden Lamps
Metal Art Production – Recycled Metal Toy Structures
Leathergraft – Sheepskin, reindeer & bullskin footstools, coloured childrens leather satchels, belts
Rowallan Leather – Quality oiled natural leather satchels & bagwear
Edgesarms – Coat of arms and surname histories (framed/unframed) printed on ‘parchment’
Hand made and painted christmas decorations and silver jewellery
Hand Made Paintings, prints and cards
Cuddle Time – Manchester Made Fluffy Toys also UK made bath bombs individual and box sets (Bomb Cosmetics)

Tasty Christmas Food and Drink

Cheese stall, also preserves (lemon curd, marmalade), gifts
Gourmet Burgers (Wild Boar / Venison / Aberdeen Angus / Santa SW – turkey sausage cranberry)
Hot Roast Chestnuts
Sweets, Chocolates, Gingerbread, Chocolate Fountain & Candy Floss
Olives, dried fruit, nuts, turkish delight
8 different kinds of fresh soup

Move inside to Chester Market within the Forum Shopping centre for the best local Christmas produce and more excellent gift ideas. Stalls and attractions will remain open to 24th December.

There is an exciting events programme through November and December starting with the Christmas Parade of Light (November 22), The Winter Watch Parades (December 6 and 13) and the Roman torch lit Saturnalia Parade (December 20).

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