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12/05/2021

Chipping Sodbury Christmas Market – Saturday 8 December

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Sodbury Chamber of Commerce holds its annual Christmas Market on Saturday 8 December. Local farmers and food producers together with high quality arts and crafts suppliers are joining the town’s shopkeepers to offer visitors and residents a relaxing day out to help them prepare for Christmas.

An extended Farmers Market will offer visitors to the town an opportunity to look for unique ideas for presents and to shop for their mince pies and Christmas Turkey.

Local signing group ‘Natural Voice’ will entertain shoppers with their unique interpretation of some favourite seasonal music . The group will appear by the Tourist Information Centre from 11.30am.

Chipping Sodbury has a wealth of independent shops and visitors will always find somewhere to rest and refuel in any one of a number of welcoming public houses, restaurants and cafes.

The Christmas market supports the Chambers award winning ‘Shop Local, Shop Sodbury’ campaign with the message ‘Why shop anywhere else? Chipping Sodbury has all you need for a successful and enjoyable Christmas.’

For further information please visit our web site at www.visitchippingsodbury.com

Source: Chipping Sodbury Chamber of Commerce

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