Beverley and East Yorkshire are hosting an array of Christmas events and late-night shopping opportunities.
Residents of many East Riding towns and villages will be able to support local businesses this Christmas through events.
Various Christmas activities will take place in the following locations, many of which are funded by Do it for East Yorkshire (DIFEY):
Beverley – run by East Riding of Yorkshire Council
Wednesday, 7 to Friday, 9 December – Made in East Yorkshire Market, Saturday Market, 10am – 6pm
Sunday, 11 December – Festival of Christmas, various locations, 10am – 4pm
Cottingham – part-funded by DIFEY
Sunday, 4 December – Christmas Festival, village centre, 10:30am – 4:30pm
Friday, 2 December – Christmas Festival including lights switch on, Market Place, 5 – 8pm
Sunday, 4 December – Christmas Artisan Market, 11am – 3pm
Two Rivers Community Pantry has recently had a DIFEY bid approved for a town centre and Market Hall event on Friday, 2 and Saturday, 3 December. Further details are to be confirmed by Two Rivers Community Pantry.
Hedon – part-funded by DIFEY
Friday, 25 November – Christmas Market and lights switch on, St Augustine’s Gate and Market Place, 5 – 8pm
Hessle – part-funded by DIFEY
Friday, 2 December – Christmas Festival including lights switch on, The Square, 5 – 9pm
Friday, 25 November – Christmas lights switch on and late-night shopping, Newbegin
Saturday, 26 November – Hornsea Collective Marketplace event, Town Hall, 10am – 4:30pm
Late-night shopping also on 25 November, 2 December, 8 December & 16 December
Howden – part-funded by DIFEY
Thursday, 1 December – Christmas Market and late-night shopping, Market Place, 4 – 8pm
Sunday, 27 November – Christmas Market, Market Place, 1 – 5pm
Snaith – part-funded by DIFEY
Saturday, 3 December – Christmas Market including lights switch on, Market Place, 4:30 – 8pm
Withernsea – part-funded by DIFEY
Saturday, 3 December – Christmas in the Valley event, Valley Gardens, 4 – 8pm
Councillor Jane Evison, portfolio holder for economic growth, investment and tourism at East Riding of Yorkshire Council, said:
“Whilst the Christmas events in Beverley are well established, it is fantastic to see so many of our towns and villages getting involved with markets and festivals of their own. These activities are a fantastic way of showing support to our local businesses whilst also enjoying this joyful time of year within our communities.
“The late-night shopping offering will be a major benefit to those residents who work during normal opening hours and I look forward to seeing our high streets thriving in the festive period.”
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