There’s a festive treat in store when the Victorian Christmas Market returns to the city centre on 7 December.
A wide variety of festive stalls:
There’ll be over 80 stalls from Queens Square to St Giles’ Church selling a huge array of gifts, beauty and skincare products, food and drink, baked goods, art, clothes and accessories such as jewellery and lots more!
For the younger visitors there’ll be an amazing Carousel, Ferris Wheel and lots of side stalls such as a Coconut Shy and you can also test your strength on the hammer machine
There’ll also be street performers and entertainers with traditional Victorian organ performers, Punch and July and roaming street entertainers such as Queen Victoria, chimney sweeps and pickpockets. Jugglers, stilt walkers and a performance from the City of Wrexham Brass Band later in the day.
Cllr Nigel Williams, Lead Member for Economy and Regeneration, said, “The Victorian Market is a much anticipated event that brings thousands of visitors from Wrexham and across the region into Wrexham.
“This year the organisers have put together an amazing array of stalls and entertainment that everyone can enjoy and I’d like to thank them all for their commitment to making this an event to remember.”