‘Tis the market to be jolly

IT is beginning to feel a lot like Christmas and to celebrate, The Barn Market will be holding its biggest event of the year.

The Christmas Barn Markets will be held on Friday 27 and Saturday 28 November.

The Barn Market managers, Tamsin Singleton and Anita Manners, said the two-day event would present up to 60 stalls, including a number of market newcomers.

“The Friday twilight market will give patrons the opportunity to relax after a long week with tasty gourmet food, barista coffee or cider, listen to live music and get those perfect gifts ticked off your list,” they said.

“On the Saturday you can come back for more and take a gingerbread decorating class, get a massage or join a yoga group.

“With more gourmet treats available and a host of new stallholders joining the market, there will be so much on offer.”

Ms Singleton and Ms Manners said there was always something magical about the Christmas Barn Markets.

“We know that for the big and little kids among us, it is easy to get excited about the big day getting closer but for others it can be a bit of a stressful event,” they said.

“But we think that by shopping at the Christmas Barn Markets, where you are buying local, original, handmade, high quality products in a festive, relaxed environment, you will discover what you need when it comes to restoring a bit of the festive spirit at Christmas.

“If you get stuck for gift ideas, just chat to The Barn Market management team who will be at hand to help with suggestions, directions and maybe a tip or two for the difficult to buy for.”

The Christmas Barn Markets will be held on Friday 27 November from 4-8pm and Saturday 28 November from 10am to 3pm at The Barn at Rosny Farm.

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