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Norfolk Christmas Markets

Written by Laura Foster on

Festive window display

Tired of visiting the high streets, looking for that perfect present? This year, why not buy special unique gifts to spoil your friends & family by visiting one of the excellent Christmas Markets taking place around Norfolk.

Swanton Novers Village Hall
Saturday 15th November 2014  10am – 4pm
Sunday 16th November 2014  11am – 4pm 
Visit a selection of Norfolk's finest artists and craftspeople, showcasing their exceptional creative works under one roof. For unique and unusual Christmas gifts of the very highest quality, the North Norfolk Arts and Crafts Christmas Fair is a firm date on the calendar not to be missed.

Sandringham Park
Friday 21st – Sunday 23rd November 2014 10am – 6pm
The very popular Christmas Show is back at Sandringham, bringing the opportunity to shop in comfort for all your Christmas food and gifts.  Be met at the gate with a warming glass of seasonal punch, and stroll in comfort around the show. The hugely popular Food Hall will once more have hundreds of delightful things on offer.  Try before you buy is the norm, so you will no doubt be tempted for yourself as well as buying some unusual Christmas fare. After the food has tickled your fancy, just wander into the huge craft pavilion, where craftsmen and women will be showing their crafts and skills. There is so much to see and to buy. With Santa’s Owl Show and the Chainsaw Carving Elves to entertain the young and the young at heart, this is a great day out for the whole family.

Great Yarmouth   
Friday 21st – Sunday 23rd November 2014 9am – 4pm
The annual three-day free entry Christmas Fayre will feature a fantastic selection of hand craft and specialist gift stalls and festive entertainment in Great Yarmouth Minster along with festive food and gift stalls on the Market Place.

Norwich, Assembly House
Saturday 29th November 2014 10am – 5pm
Sunday 30th November 2014 11am – 4pm
Head to The Assembly House for all your Christmas shopping needs! This popular annual Christmas Fair offers all sorts of lovely looking stalls. There’ll be jewellery, pottery, glassware, knitwear, festive food, decorations, plants and more, as well as Christmas music in the courtyard. Enjoy a browse around and then coffee and cake or a spot of lunch, all guaranteed to get you into the festive spirit!

Blakeney, St Nicolas Church
Saturday 29th November 2014  10am – 4pm
There will be local stalls selling a range of products, why not fill those stockings at Blakeney Christmas Market.

South Creake Memorial Pavilion
Saturday 29th November   10am – 4pm
Christmas Craft Fayre allowing local Norfolk talent to sell their wares. The Christmas Craft Fair will be the very first event to be held in the new pavilion allowing local Norfolk talent to see their wares. There will be a raffle with prizes donated by the stall holders.

Reepham, St Michaels 
Saturday 29th November 2014  8am – 5pm 
This small, yet well attended art & craft Christmas fair offers a wide variety of handmade goods. Free entry, plus plenty of free parking.

Blicking Hall
Saturday 6th - Sunday 7th December 2014
Saturday 13th - Sunday 14th December  2014 11am-5pm
Visit the traditional Christmas market in the courtyard and be tempted by an array of exclusive gifts from jewellery and ceramics to cards and liqueurs.
Follow this with a wander round the beautifully decorated house and meet characters from the past.

Burnham Deepdale
Saturday 6th – Sunday 7th December  2014 10am – 4pm 
The 6th annual Deepdale Christmas Market will offer 90+ stalls, entertainment and activities. Set out in 3 large marquees, you will find many unusual festive gifts you won’t find on the high street. With free entry & car parking, why not combine the event with a walk along the beautiful North Norfolk Coast.  

Norwich, Dragon Hall
Saturday 6th – Sunday 7th December 2014 10am – 4pm 
Venture down King Street where you will be welcomed by cheerful folk in medieval costumes. Step into a beautiful trading hall, full of varied and fascinating products, from luscious face-creams to wood-turned pens, from stoneware pottery to elegant glass jewellery.
Dragon Hall has a special atmosphere for the Medieval Christmas Market, full of twinkling lights, a traditional decorated tree, holly, ivy and Medieval Musicians.

Laura Foster

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