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The historic stable yard at the Oteley Estate in Ellesmere is set to be transformed into a Christmas Fair on Thursday, November 30th from 3pm – 8pm.


Following the success of their Christmas event over the last two years, the market has become a much-loved annual event in the area. Local businesses will be selling a mixture of gifts, homeware, food, and drink products so visitors can stock up ready for Christmas.


“It will be wonderful to see the yard lit up with twinkling lights once again,” said Clare Mainwaring from the family team. “Our lovely customers have encouraged us to bring back our festive market. We’ll have a mix of stalls from local businesses, all selling quality products and produce.


“You can get in the festive spirit with Christmas music, carol singing, boozy hot chocolate, and mulled wine.


“We’ll be running a licensed bar and you can purchase Oteley’s home-grown beef, lamb, and pork from our on-site farm shop – perfect for stocking up for the busy festive season. We look forward to welcoming you on the 30th!”


The market is free to attend and will be open from 3pm until 8pm on November 30th. To register for a free ticket and to receive updates, visit www.oteley.com/event-details/christmas-market.

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