Bedale Christmas Festival Event Market 2017

On Saturday 2nd December 2017 Bedale's stunning Georgian Market Place hosted the first Bedale Christmas Festival Event Market.

Stalls selling essential Christmas food and drink lined the cobbled market place offering speciality tastes and aromas to add that special something to our Christmas celebrations. 

The market was there for the full day and many people made a day of it joining in the town's celebrations of the beginning of the festive period combining Bedale Christmas Festival, the Christingle Service at 4pm in St Gregory's Church and the Christmas Lights Switch-on Event.

Throughout the day Bedale Hall will hosted it's traditional Christmas Festival again in the elegant surroundings of Bedale Hall with it's ornately plastered Ball Room. 

Information for Stallholders

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