28 Nov 2018
Aylesbury Christmas Craft & Gift Fair returns to the town centre on Sunday 2 December between 11am and 3pm. And visitors will be able to soak up the sights, smells and festive ambience while enjoying more than just a market.
The fair will offer a wide range of festive delights, and the shopping experience will be enhanced with live music from a jazz band and carol singing from local children. And this year, by popular demand, the street food area is being extended, and stalls will include Caribbean, German Bratwursts, Funky Elephant Indian cuisine and Ruby’s Street Food - to name but a few.
The event is free to members of the public and will have over 80 stalls lining the cobbles of Aylesbury’s historic Market Square. Many of the items and produce on sale will be from the local area or made by local suppliers, several of who are here for the very first time.
Stalls will tempt visitors with Christmas decorations, jewellery, soft furnishings, children’s gifts and handcrafted clothing, soaps and cosmetics, candles, cheese, classic car memorabilia, collectable toy cars, homewares and much more.
The organisers of the event, Aylesbury Town Centre Partnership, is delighted to once again welcome Young Enterprise representatives, who are budding local entrepreneurs from Aylesbury schools who have set up companies with the support of Young Enterprise. On their stalls, they will exclusively sell products they have created.
Diana Fawcett, Town Centre Manager, said: “We’re delighted to host the largest free entry Christmas Gift Market in Buckinghamshire. The town centre events program continues to go from strength to strength and enables the town to be an enjoyable and fun place to visit.”
Details of other upcoming events can be found in the Aylesbury live guide: www.visitaylesbury.co.uk