Wrexham’s Victorian Christmas market is back, and this year it’s happening on Thursday, December 6.
There’ll be over 100 stalls in the town centre for you to choose festive presents and products from – or even treat yourself!
Stalls will be open from 12 noon – 8pm on the day, with free parking after 4pm – available in all the council’s town centre car parks, including Tŷ Pawb.
You can find out about other free parking events happening in Wrexham this festive season by reading our previous blog article.
The stalls will stretch all the way from St Giles’ Church to Queens Square, with the new addition of Henblas Street.
The following roads will be closed to traffic from 6am
• Church Street
• High Street
• Hope Street
• Henblas Street
• Queen Street
Blue badge holders will still be able to access High Street.
In recent years this annual event has seen over 20,000 visitors and promises to bring in big crowds again.
This year will also feature Victorian street entertainers, a Ferris wheel and even a traditional carousel, so bring your kids (or the young at heart) along.
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