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Chester Christmas Market

An event in December in Cheshire
Town Hall Square
Chester
Cheshire
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Event timing: Late Nov / Early Dec
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Chester Christmas Market is held in the beautiful historic City centre of Chester. The market is made up of over 70 bespoke traditional timber chalets, offering a variety of quality products, including crafts, clothing, jewellery, giftware and local food and drink.

Visitors will be able to enjoy delicious hot food and drink, including hog roasts, mulled wine and hot chocolate, they perfect way to keep warm whilst enjoying the market.

Telephone: 01244 405600
Contact name: Anna Roberts
email: h.gale-hasleham@marketingcheshire.co.uk

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