Ruddington Village Christmas Market is making a welcome multi-venue return on Saturday 4th December after last year’s event was scaled down due to the pandemic. The event is being supported by Welcome Back funding from the England European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).
The organisers, Ruddington Village Centre Partnership, have announced that this year’s Market will have a later start and extended hours from 12 noon to 7pm. This will involve the temporary closure of High Street from around 6am to 10pm, where the Main Stage of “live festive music” will be located. A second music stage on The Green is being sponsored by Ruddington’s Thomas James Estate Agents. There’ll be a pop-up Christmas bar for the event, too, and festive activities taking place around the village.
There’ll be stalls inside St Peter’s Church, from midday until 3 30 pm this year and the Methodist Church is also participating (see separate article). Many village centre traders are expected to stay open into the evening to offer late night Christmas shopping, whilst the Framework Knitters Museum is hosting a “Light Knit” event from 3pm to 7pm.
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With thanks to Graham Wright via RUDDINGTON.info