Exploring the Christmas Markets
25 October 2019
23rd & 24th November 2019
Traditional & festive stalls on Market Street, Granby Road & Riverside Crescent, mulled wine, street food and much more.
Throughout the weekend:
Santa’s Grotto, with Santa, courtesy of Rotary Club Bakewell – Old Original Pudding Shop
Santa’s Sleigh display courtesy of Rotary Club Bakewell - centre aisle (Santa in Pudding Shop)
Breakfast with Santa (advance bookings only) Wheatsheaf Hotel
Rachel performing songs from the new Frozen 2 film with Disney Characters Olaf, Elsa, Arnia and be very aware watch out for............. The Grinch!!
Austrian Stuberl barbecue - Water Street
James and His Owls - Water Street
Kiddies Roundabouts - Granby Road
Brass and Silver Bands – Entertainment Gazebo and weather permitting Granby Road and Market Street
D.J. - Entertainment Gazebo – situated at the end of Coop Wall on market
First Aid Paramedic Vehicle situated on Granby Road near police station
Entertainment Programme Timings
Saturday 23rd November 2019
10 – 2.00 Salvation Army Band - Granby Road
10.30 – 11.30 Bakewell Silver Band – Entertainment Gazebo
12.00 – 1.00 Sheffield Steel City Band – Entertainment Gazebo
from 1.30 Rachel Olaf Elsa Arnia and the Grinch - centre aisle on market and Granby Road
Make your way to Bath Gardens – 4.30 Rachel and Disney characters singalong to countdown
supporting Bakewell Town Council's Christmas Tree Light Switch On at 4.45
Sunday 24th November 2019
D.J. - Entertainment Gazebo
11 – 12 Castleton Silver Band – Market Street and Granby Road
- 1.00 Rachel and Disney characters performing songs – lookout for The Grinch he is very,
very naughty !!!! main aisle, Market Street and Granby Road
2.00 – 3.00 Buxton Billerettes Entertainment Gazebo, Main aisle, Granby Road
3.00 – 4.00 Bakewell Silver Band
Just a taste of some of the Food glorious food (and drink) to go
Smokehouse log cabin serving hot roast pork and much more
British Bus Bar sit down upstairs and enjoy a mulled wine, beer, wine
Rudolph’s Rest cabin for speciality liqueur coffees
Working the Streets – Giant Frying Pan with Giant sausages
Gin and Beer Horseboxes
Riverside Crescent hosts a wood fired pizza kiln, Victorian Potato wagon, crepes and mulled cider
While you are here, why not consider a visit to the Bakewell's shops, delis, cafe, pubs, hotels, quaint historic courtyards, churches and Old House museum.
Car parking in and around Bakewell town centre and further car and coach parking is available at the Agricultural Business Centre, Agricultural Way, Bakewell, DE45 1AQ
Coaches park in front of the Agricultural Business Centre with additional coach parking at the rear of this building. The District Council does not operate a policy of booking coaches in. For all car parking information see Derbyshire Dales District Council website.
Fancy a weekend mini break. Bakewell offers hotels, pubs, B & B's and don’t forget to come back and visit Bakewell's famous Monday market, every Monday on Market Street and Granby Road with around 120 plus stalls where you will find something for everyone.
15 November 2019–3 December 2019
With over 100 market stalls offering a wide range of Christmas gifts and decorations, it's a great way to start the festive season. Enjoy a visit later in the day and experience the market at dusk with a magical feel.
Free blue badge car parking is available. The market is located on a n incline, Lodge Hill, and pedestrian trackway is used for access to non-paved areas. A Mobiloo will be at Chatsworth on 23 November and 1 December.
Visit by car
Weekdays | £10 per car / £5 per car after 3pm
Weekends | £20 per car / £10 per car after 3pm
Matlock Victorian Market
Friday 6th, Sat 7th & Sunday 8th December 2019
200 stalls including: crafts, food and Christmas gifts, mulled wine roasted chestnuts, Santa’s grotto
Proctors Christmas fun fair with rides for all ages, Bandstand entertainment.
The weekend highlights include: Santa’s Parade and celebrity light switch-on, closing fireworks display on Sunday.