Gamesley, Glossop and Old Glossop Christmas Markets

Gamesley, Glossop and Old Glossop Christmas MarketsTis the season for getting ready for Christmas, and where better to get ready than by going to a Christmas Market, and rather than going off to Manchester or further afield, there’s a few nearby to kick start your Christmas preparations.

 

Glossop Christmas Market and Lights Switch On 

First up, this coming Saturday (25th November) is the Glossop Christmas Market and Lights Switch On.

Starting from 9.00am on both the indoor and outdoor market, there will be over 60 stalls, a grotto for the children to meet santa, a licensed bar serving alcohol and mulled wine, live music and much much more.

Then just before 7.00pm it’s across to Norfolk Square with the Mayor of the High Peak and santa for the Christmas Lights switch on.Gamesley, Glossop and Old Glossop Christmas Markets

If you weren’t there last year or you haven’t been before, you can a rough idea of what goes on and what you can see by clicking here

 

Gamesley Festive Market 

Gamesley, Glossop and Old Glossop Christmas MarketsNext up on Thursday 30th November, from 5.00pm until 8.00pm is the Gamesley Festive Market.

Filling up Gamesley’s Winster Mews in front of the shops will be Santa’s reindeer’s, local hand crafted gifts and other goods.

You will also have a chance to win a prize on the tombola, with rides for the kids, great performances from the choirs at Gamesley School and St Margaret’s / All Saints School, along with a performance from the Cherry Bombombs, and traditional fares of mince pie and mulled wine and a chance to visit santa.

If you weren’t there last year or you haven’t been before, you can a rough idea of what goes on and what you can see by clicking here

 

Old Glossop Victoria Christmas Fayre 

Gamesley, Glossop and Old Glossop Christmas MarketsLastly (just in terms of when it’s on) is the Old Glossop Victoria Christmas Fayre, taking place on Sunday 3rd December from 1.30pm until 5.30pm in Old Glossop.

Featuring 40 stalls selling traditional crafts, handmade Christmas gifts, local produce, mulled wine, local ales, hog roast and more.

You will be able to see Santa, on his sleigh and watch the lantern parade and dressing of the tree by local school children, sing Christmas carols and see traditional dancing, along with three great local pubs along with bell ringing and refreshments in the parish church.

If you weren’t there last year or you haven’t been before, you can a rough idea of what goes on and what you can see by clicking here

 

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