Christmas Treacle Market

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Christmas Treacle Market

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

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