We popped in to Wetherby yesterday to have a wander around the Dickensian Christmas Market. Events such as these really put me in the Christmassy spirit.
Wetherby is only a small market town and the number and range of stalls was very good, however, it was a bit of a shame that more stall holders didn't take up the Dickensian theme and dress in costume.
The prices were very good. We didn't buy much, just some cakes to take home with us, but I was tempted by the lovely cheeses and jams, not to mention the hog roasts.
There was musical entertainment too, a young girl singing and playing guitar whilst we were there but I believe Wetherby Silver Band and various choirs were performing throughout the day.
It really wouldn't be a Christmas market without some of Santa's reindeers. I'm not sure which two these are but I don't think either of them were Rudolph as neither had a shiny nose.
I haven't been to Wetherby's Farmers Market before. It regularly has around twenty stalls which are focused on food with a wide variety of meat, fish and vegetables and a range of baked foods and more exotic items. It's held on the second Sunday of each month. I shall definitely put it in my diary and go again.