This week, the Made in East Yorkshire Christmas Market returns to Beverley for a second year to celebrate the best local produce.
From Wednesday, 7 December until Friday, 9 December, the Saturday market (main square) will be open from 10am to 6pm daily.
A variety of festive entertainment and activities will be taking place throughout the three days leading up to the Festival of Christmas, which returns for a 26th year on Sunday, 11 December.
There will also be local school choirs, carol singers, and shire horses taking Santa around Saturday market.
From food and drink to crafts and gifts, East Yorkshire’s local businesses will offer the best of their produce at the market.
Park and Ride services will also be available from Beverley Racecourse at 9.45am every day. From Beverley Racecourse, the last bus leaves at 6.30pm. There should be a bus every 20 minutes.
Councillor Jane Evison, portfolio holder for economic investment, growth and tourism at East Riding of Yorkshire Council, said:
“I am delighted that the Made in East Yorkshire Christmas Market will return again to Beverley this year. It is a terrific offering of entertainment, food, drink and crafts as we build up to the Festival of Christmas on Sunday.”
“Last year showed there is an appetite in Beverley to support these events and we have decided to run the market for three days to allow residents to come down and visit the local businesses which have taken up stalls this year. Not everyone will be able to make the Festival of Christmas event so this market really does extend that Christmas spirit into the week prior.”
To find out more about the Made in East Yorkshire Christmas Market and the entertainment schedule, visit: https://www.beverleyfestivalofchristmas.co.uk/made-in-east-yorkshire/mey-whats-on/
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