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UK Christmas Fairs

In the UK, Christmas markets are sometimes promoted as Christmas Fairs, Christmas Fayres, Continental or Traditional Christmas Markets and in more general terms. So, what’s in a name? Can you tell what a market will be like, judging by its title? When a Christmas market is described as Continental or Traditional, you can be fairly sure that the stalls will be wooden chalets, selling a range of traditional toys, gifts and food, and there might be an ice rink and some European traders as well. The others are not so easy to “pigeonhole”. Christmas Fairs and Fayres could have a traditional feel, but some may lack the olde-worlde charm that you might expect. We’ve provided some listings below to get you started and we hope that you enjoy your visit to a Christmas fair / market (!) this year, no matter what it’s called!

Bury St Edmunds Christmas Fair
With over 300 stalls from all over the world, two stages of entertainment, traditional funfair and lots of free activities Bury St Edmunds' Tenth Annual Christmas Fayre should not be missed. Something for everyone!

Awaiting 2015 Market Dates

Worcester Victorian Christmas Fair
Over 150 stalls fill the atmospheric streets of Worcester's historic heart with all the colours and scents of Christmas. Explore the wonderful range of merchandise on offer and the be enthralled with the bawdy sights and sounds of old Victorian England .

Open From 26 Nov 15 to 29 Nov 15


UK Christmas Markets

Skipton Yuletide Festival & Christmas Market
Skipton's famous Yuletide Festival & Christmas Market this year takes place on Sunday 7th December and Sunday 14th December 2014 from 10am - 4.30pm

Awaiting 2015 Market Dates

Bath Christmas Market
In the centre of this beautiful city, you will find one of the largest festive events in the UK and certainly the most beautiful.

Awaiting 2015 Market Dates

Caerphilly Medieval Christmas Market
Providing a medieval feel, the annual Christmas market transforms the town centre back to its days of old!

Awaiting 2015 Market Dates