Normanby Christmas Market // This weekend

The popular Christmas Market at Normanby Hall Country Park returns on 11 and 12 December. With more than 80 businesses taking part, it’s a great chance to shop local and enjoy the festive atmosphere! 🎁

hoppers can also journey back in time and discover the Travelling Historical Market, with traders dressed in authentic costume selling traditional handmade goods.

A selection of fairground rides will help keep little ones entertained and there’ll be the chance to watch the Normanby team feed the deer behind the hall at 11.30am.

The roaring fire in the Regency Hall will be lit, and there will be a large variety of tasty hot food to keep visitors warm while they explore the grounds of the award-winning 300 acre park.

⛔️As this is one of our busier events, we have implemented a road closure for the event to reduce traffic issues. The road closure will be on Normanby Road between the Normanby village roundabout and junction B1430, Burton Road, Thealby. Entrance from these junctions will be for event traffic only. All other traffic will be diverted via Burton upon Stather. The road will be closed from 9am-4pm on both dates.

🚗🅿️We will be making use of our overspill car parks and they do not have card payment facilities. Please bring £4 CASH for car parking.

💷Not all traders will take card and there isn’t a cash machine on site so please ensure you bring plenty of cash for your festive gifts.

The market is open 10am-4pm on Saturday 11th & Sunday 12th December. £4 car parking fee applies (cash only) or use your annual pass.

While the event will take place outside, visitors are advised to consider wearing a face covering in crowded areas and to take a lateral flow test before attending. Please do not attend if you are showing covid symptoms.

A number of fake Facebook events have been set up relating to the Christmas Market. To stay up to date, visit the official Normanby Hall Facebook page and website.

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