Christmas in Cartmel

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Christmas in Cartmel Festival officially kicks off Christmas on Friday 24 November 2023.

This community event starts at 11 am with a fantastic Christmas market with over 25 stalls offering local crafts, gifts and food providing an abundance of Christmas shopping ideas.

With live music throughout the afternoon and evening, beautiful festive village lights and of course, Father Christmas and the breathtaking Friesian Black Horses – not to be missed!

Monies raised this year will go to our local Brownies and Scouts groups and Cartmel Peninsula Holiday Food Boxes.

Free parking on Cartmel Racecourse village car park. *Please be aware there will be no access into Cartmel village between 4-5 pm.

We hope to see you there to kick off the Christmas season!

Opening Times

  • Date: Friday 24 Nov 2023
  • Time: 10:00 – 19:00

Why not check out our Lake District cottages for your Christmas stay!

Cartmel
Time:
10am
-
7pm


 
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Lakeland Retreats do not run this event. For accurate, up to date information, please contact the organiser.
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