CHESTER XMAS MARKETS
Chester Christmas Market will be back in the heart of Chester from 16th November – 22nd December.
Shoppers are in for a magical time at Chester Christmas Market, with over 70 traditional wooden chalets situated in the heart of Chester, all wrapped around a sparkling Christmas tree.
There will be an abundance of festive treats and gifts on offer, including quality local and regional products, crafts, clothing, accessories, jewellery, unique gifts and stocking fillers which are sure to make the perfect present!
Don’t forget to sample the delicious hot food and drink, including tasty mulled wine and hot chocolate; the perfect way to keep warm whilst enjoying the market.
ARLEY XMAS FAIRS
The Arley Hall Shopping Spectacular was set up in 1991 by a committee including Lady Ashbrook in support of local children’s charities and it has continued to evolve since it began.
Today, this popular shopping Fair exhibits over 60 hand-picked stalls and attracts over 1,500 visitors to Arley Hall.
Whitegate DAffodil Walk
If you love daffodils, Fairies, beautiful countryside, and a lovely day out, then come along to The Whitegate Daffodil Farm Open days. Enjoy a guided daffodil walk near the village of Whitegate, in the heart of the Vale Royal, Cheshire with all proceeds to Macmillan Cancer Support.
RHS Flower SHow
A fabulous day out bursting with colourful gardening inspiration, fun family activities, have-a-go workshops and boutique shopping.
There is ample parking within the grounds of Tatton Park, free of charge. You will be directed to an appropriate car park on arrival. All car parks are open from 8am, and close one hour after the show closes. Shuttle buses, some with wheelchair access, are available where appropriate to assist in transport from the car parks to the showground entrances.
Limited Premium Parking, closer to the show entrance, is available for £8.00 which you can purchase along with your show ticket.
Parking on the roads around the showground is strictly prohibited
For 180 years, the Cheshire show has been the premier summertime agricultural event in the North West of England. In 2016 we reached an exciting milestone in our rich history when the honour of ‘Royal’ status was bestowed on the show by the Cabinet Office and 2018 marked the 180th anniversary of The Cheshire Agricultural Society.
With its roots firmly embedded in farming, the Cheshire show holds many competition classes for cattle, sheep, pigs and dairy goats. Hundreds of classes are also included for light and heavy horses, show jumping, rare breeds of livestock, poultry, pygmy goats, pigeons, cavies, rabbits and dog show.
If you want to experience and celebrate all that is great and good about the countryside then The Royal Cheshire County Show is the only place to be, as it brings together the many interesting and fascinating aspects of farming and rural life in the beautiful and unique county of Cheshire.