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Celebrate in Style – Taurus Crafts Christmas Markets


Taurus Cradts Christmas Markets

Over the first three weekends in December, the onsite makers and creative businesses at Taurus Crafts will be joined by over 30 independent traders and hundreds of locally-grown fresh-cut Christmas Trees to create the area’s largest choice of seasonal gifts to helping customers celebrate in style.
 
The Taurus Crafts Christmas Markets will be running on the 2nd, 3rd, 9th, 10th, 16th, 17th December, open from 10am until 5.30pm featuring a great selection of local choirs and bands throughout and delicious hot food and drink available from the traders and the onsite café. This year the Taurus Crafts Christmas shop is bigger ever with an enchanted woodland castle theme and shelves stacked full of decorations and gifts.
 
“The Christmas markets are the highlight of the year at Taurus Crafts, it’s when we get the most visitors and when we have the most handmade and local products on sale. It’s a showcase of the creative talent on site and a chance to meet the makers themselves. So come along and support our local talent and the visiting traders at our market, you are sure to find all you need to celebrate Christmas in style”
 
Check the website www.tauruscrafts.co.uk for more information or telephone: 01594 844 841. This vibrant, family-friendly venue is easy to find –  situated just outside Lydney on the A48 with free entry and a large free car park.


Explore Gloucestershire
21 November 2017


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