Get a look around the markets before anyone else this yearDo you live in Bath or North East Somerset? Then why not get into the festive spirit with a visit to Bath Christmas Market before anyone else at the Residents’ preview evening on Wednesday, November 27?Before the official launch on Thursday 28, the award winning market will be opening its chalet doors to residents of Bath and the surrounding area, letting you take a first look at what’s on offer whilst it’s at its quietest ahead of its official opening.Over 150 chalets this yearStroll the festive Georgian streets from 5 7pm and browse the Market’s range of chalets there are more than 150 this year to pick up some unique Christmas gifts.Taste the delicious food on offerAll chalets will also be offering special discounts for Bath and North East Somerset residents just remember to bring along your Discovery Card to take advantage of a variety of deals and offers.Offers exclusive to Discovery Card holdersIf you’re looking to add something special to your home this Christmas, take a look at the Market’s range of chalets specialising in homeware. With a Discovery Card, you can pick up a free hanging heart with purchases over 20 from Love Unlimited Ceramics, or a free 5 tree decoration on purchases over 10 at Pollyfields.Heavenly Homes and Gardens are also offering 10 per cent off all purchases to Discovery Card holders, plus a free bauble when you spend over 45, and check out Rupert Blamire Ceramics for handmade gifts with every purchase you’ll be entered into a prize draw to win a gift hamper full of ceramic goodies.Enjoy the Christmas markets with your friends and familyFoodie fans can get their fill of festive fare with the Market’s variety of food and drink chalets, and with a Discovery Card you’ll be able to pick up a free wedge of cheese with your purchase from Snowdonia Cheese Company, an extra brownie for your box from The Pudding Wagon, a free miniature worth 5 from 6 O’Clock Gin, plus much more.If you get peckish whilst exploring the market, the catering chalets will be open and ready for business on the evening. New for 2019, enjoy a plant based katsu curry from The Vegan Spice and get 10 per cent off with a Discovery Card, or head to The Angelfish Restaurant for 50p off fish or falafel and chips, vegetable tempura and banana and apple fritters.
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