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L I V E 2 4 -SE V EN


A TRADITIONAL CHRISTMAS AT GLOUCESTER QUAYS


The North Pole, open-air ice rink and a Dickensian Victorian Christmas Market, a few of the ‘Five Festive Reasons to Celebrate A Traditional Christmas at Gloucester Quays’…


There will be more than 12 days of Christmas at Gloucester Quays this year with a bumper festive season of activities and attractions for all the family. Whether it’s a shopping spree, trip out with the kids or dinner and drinks with the girls, there’s something for everyone.


Festive cheer will be sprinkled across Gloucester Quays from The Victorian Christmas Market and an open-air ice rink to brass bands playing carols around the Christmas tree. Most important of all, there’s even a chance to meet Santa himself at Claus’ Christmas Cabin!


Let your little ones’ imaginations run wild when the magical world of the North Pole comes to Gloucester Quays as Santa and his friends take up residence at Claus’ Christmas Cabin between Thursday November 15th and Monday December 24th. Youngsters can take a festive walk to the traditional log cabin surrounded by enchanting woodland to meet Santa and receive their special gift. This immersive experience is aimed at children aged between one and nine and entry is £10 per child, whilst adults go free.


The festive spirit doesn’t stop there, in addition to stores offering savings of up to 70% off RRP to help shoppers find that perfect gift ahead of the big day, there’s also a Dickensian feel with a Victorian Christmas Market taking place between Thursday November 15th and Sunday November 25th.


Characters in traditional dress, live blacksmith demonstrations and a carousel and helter- skelter will add a touch of historical flavour to this popular event which runs for 11 days.


Visitors can soak up the festive atmosphere and stop for a mulled wine or bite to eat at one of the many food stalls at the market selling everything from hot sausages to mince pies. Artisan producers from across Gloucestershire and beyond will also be on hand to help you find that unique art, craft or culinary gift for a loved one that you will not find on the high street.


Get your skates on… Now in its third year, the large open-air ice rink in Orchard Square is the perfect holiday activity with something for everyone from the novice to the experienced skater and even the spectator too with a ski chalet-style bar serving hot food.


As well as ice there will also be a dusting of snow to get visitors to Gloucester Quays in the festive spirit. Snowy Christmas trees will be dotted around the centre to add that seasonal atmosphere and Orchard Square will be transformed into a winter wonderland throughout the day with its very own snowfall.


With lots of dining options from Italian to Tapas, you really are spoilt for choice. For information on the opening times and prices for Claus’ cabin and the open-air ice rink visit gqchristmas.co.uk


And don’t miss the one-minute flurry on the hour, every hour to create a traditional Christmas Day out between 10am – 7pm! Now, that’s what you call a traditional Christmas…


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