Christmas shopping and gift markets in Nottinghamshire

Nottingham Christmas Market

Delicious treats, exclusive discounts and late night openings are just some of the ways in which Nottinghamshire hopes to spoil you this Christmas.

This year, treat your loved ones to fabulous fancies from an array of independent shops and Christmas markets. Feast your eyes on these festive retail delights available throughout Nottinghamshire. 

 

Derby Road Rickshaw

December sees a fantastic new way to travel in Nottingham. From 3 December (every Saturday until 17 December and Friday 23 December) visitors will be able to travel to Canning Circus from St Peter’s Square via  electric rickshaw.  The ride will lead you to enchanting independents including Le Chien et Moi and The Worm that Turned on Derby Road – perfect places to shop for unique Christmas gifts. 

Christmas Markets

Marvellous Christmas Markets are cropping up across Nottinghamshire for you to enjoy. From farmer’s markets to crafts, these provide a great chance to purchase locally produced gifts that you won’t find on the high street.

Craft. Design. Contemporary.

Nottingham Contemporary is holding a craft market on 10 and 11 December. A variety of gifts will be available from 30 East Midlands based designer makers. Mince pies, mulled wine and carol singing will bring festive magic to the event. 

Wollaton Hall and Deer Park Traditional Christmas Market

Enjoy the festivities at this wonderful location. December dates feature local craft workers and their wares.

An Artisan’s Christmas

Rufford Abbey Country Park has an endless choice of unique handmade gifts for Christmas. Available from 15 November until 2 January.

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Posted on 05 December 2011
Featured author: Dale Web Marketing Officer

A Mansfield lad who likes reading, running and red wine.

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