Posted: Tue 10th Dec 2019

Three day Christmas Village to bring festive cheer to Wrexham this week! for people living in or visiting the wrexham area
This article is old - Published: Tuesday, Dec 10th, 2019

A three day Christmas Village bringing together festive cheer, dozens of stalls and yuletide entertainment will take place in town this week.

The event, which will take place between Friday 13th and Sunday 15th December, will see Llwyn Isaf in town transformed into a festive mix of chalets, live entertainment and a ‘magical teepee’

Set-up is already underway for the Christmas Village, which last year attracted 27,000 visitors to the inaugural event.

Over the three day period there will be Christmas chalets on the library field showcasing a mix of handcrafted goods, bespoke artisan produce and delicious food and drink.

You can soak in the Christmas atmosphere in a giant teepee, which will be home to live entertainment and offer the chance to enjoy a mulled wine throughout the weekend.

The village will open from noon across the three day period. On Friday and Saturday the stalls will be open until 8pm with entertainment in the teepee until 10pm. The village will close at 4pm on Sunday 15th December.

There is also free car parking after 10am in the following council car parks:

St George’s Crescent
Crescent Road
St Giles
Market Street

During the free parking periods, all other highway restrictions and long-stay / short-stay times will apply in the town centre and motorists are advised that they will be ticketed if they are not correctly parked.

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