Everyone is invited to get into the festive spirit at a fantastic traditional Christmas market in Market Rasen.
The evening of Friday, December 7 will see a very traditional Christmas fair hosted by the town council and the Market Rasen and District Round Table.
School children from three local primary schools will be singing carols and there will be lots of delicious food and drink to eat in the Market Place.
The Mayor’s charity event will fill the Festival Hall with stalls supporting some fantastic local causes. This year the Mayor’s charities are LIVES and the Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire Air Ambulance.
This evening market will be complemented by late night opening from the Market Rasen high street shops.
And there will be a free prizewinning Snowman Trail for families to complete whilst taking in a unique shopping experience.
All of the the town’s many independent traders will be offering a warm and personal welcome.
Between the high street shops and the market stalls, visitors are guaranteed a huge choice of gifts, in addition to plenty of places to eat and drink once the shopping is done.
Market Rasen Town Clerk Faye Lambkin-Smith is encouraging everyon to attend - even if it is a very cold and frosty day.
She said: “We’re endeavouring to create an evening of varied entertainment.
“The aim is to create a very enjoyable family event to cater for everyone in the town.
“We want it to be a success this year.”
The event will take place from 4pm to 9pm and the Christmas lights will be switched on at 6pm.