Crafty Vintage has announced a line-up of some of the Christmas Markets they are helping to host across Lancashire towns.

The holiday season in Lancashire kicked off with the Darwen lights switch-on event on Saturday.

The town was illuminated with a spectacular market filled with festive treats, handmade crafts, and an array of live entertainment.

The village of Whalley will host its Artisan Festive Market this weekend (November 25 and 26).

On Sunday, December 10, the Crow Wood Hotel & Spa will transform into a Christmas haven, with Crafty Vintage hosting a pop-up market.

Visitors can meander through stalls of vintage wares and artisan crafts, while enjoying the yuletide ambience set against a backdrop of live music and merriment.

On December 16 and 17, Williamson Park in Lancaster will come alive with 'The Big Christmas Day Out'.

It will feature fairground rides and storytelling, as well as a Christmas market. Tickets required for entry.

Co-founder of Crafty Vintage Dan Johnson said: "During a time where the world turns increasingly digital, our Christmas Markets aim to reconnect people with the heart and soul of local industry."

"Every stall, every product, and every smile shared at these events weaves into the vibrant tapestry of Lancashire's heritage and community spirit."

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