Lancaster Brewery’s Christmas Markets are celebrating their first decade, with renowned markets, free parking and a free shuttle bus.

Free entry also means that visitors can explore over 45 stalls, with loads of kids activities and a visit from Father Christmas.

Adults can also enjoy live bands and entertainment across the weekend, with a bite to eat at one of the many street food pop-ups.

The Lancaster Brewery’s Tap & Still bar will also be open every day from 12pm until late. 

Lancashire Telegraph: The festive fun gets underway from Friday November 24, with stalls open from 3pm to 9pm, and again on Saturday November 25.

Then on Sunday November 26, stalls open from 12pm to 6pm, with dogs welcome on all dates.

The parking will be at the event’s auction mart car park, and the bus will operate on a loop with stops at Lancaster Town Hall, The Tite & Locke at Lancaster train station and Lancaster Leisure Park for the Christmas Markets.

After 10 years, more stalls were added each year with lots of traders selling everything from crafts and gifts to locally made food and drink, with street food pop-ups.

There have also been tweaks to layouts and new festive decorations.