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Beech Rd’s jolly Thurs 16 December

Lead Station carols and Chorlton Green’s last seasonal bash

Published on December 16th 2010.


Beech Rd’s jolly Thurs 16 December

Christmas is Chorlton is turning out to be a truly festive occasion this year. Thursday 16 December looks set to be the day for locals to celebrate with the Christmas markets and a new carol service keeping everyone entertained.

The first two weekly Christmas markets have been really well attended with visitors enjoying the lights switch on and a one-off acoustic night. This week it’s the last market before Christmas so time for locals to get their last orders in.

The Lead Station will be hosting the inaugural Christmas Frolics Festival with music and carols from the RNCM Students Brass Ensemble. The event runs from 5-8 with a children’s sing along at 6 and a family carol chorus at 7 lead by the RNCM students.

Throughout the evening, mulled wine, roast chestnuts and mince pies will be served to add to the festive cheer. It looks to be a real community event that can easily be fitted into an evening at the Christmas Markets on the green. It really will be a festive Thursday in Chorlton.

The market is being held at Chorlton Green with the pick of the North West’s farmers, growers and producers descending there to sell directly to the public.

There’s a gourmet barbecue and mulled wines and ciders available on the Terrace of the Horse & Jockey and businesses along Beech Road will be open late for visitors to make the most of the evening. The market will run from 4-9 and has inspired a monthly Farmers Market on the Green to start from Saturday 29 January.

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