Sunday 17th December
10am to 3:30pm
Why not visit this truly festive market with a giant Christmas tree at it's heart? The perfect place for unusual and unique presents for the most discerning friends & family. Exceptional treats for your Christmas table, cheeses, pies, gluten free goodies, cakes, chocolate...Make a point of really enjoying your Christmas shopping this year with brass bands, carol singers and and glass or two of spiced wine.
Bring little ones to take a spin on the old carousel, or ride a real Christmas donkey. Get bespoke present wrapping done & support Hope N E Cheshire, Teenage Cancer Trust, All Hallows fundraisers. You can buy stocking fillers from the Silk Men & nip in the church for a hot cuppa when you are done....
Our very own Henbury musicians, Annie's Saints & Sinners are scheduled to play in front of the town hall from 11am, and also
- 12.30-1.15 Moss Rose Brass Band
- 1.15-2.15 Magic Voices Choir
- 2.30-3.15 The Caravanettes
More news from Henbury
United Utilities have asked us to cascade information about the hosepipe ban on the way for householders in the North West.This applies to domestic householders only.We've all been enjoying the lovely, hot weather but the lack of rain and high demand for water means our reservoirs are now lower than we'd like them to be at this time of year.That's why a hosepipe ban will be...
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