Christmas shopping in Chester has a great atmosphere with the city's Christmas lights & street entertainers. Walk along the traditional black and white Rows of Chester where you will find small boutiques and gift shops, designer clothing outlets, art galleries and antique shops.
Late Night Christmas Shopping In Chester
From November many shops open late until 9pm every Thursday: Including M&S, Boots, New Look, Next and Debenhams. The Grosvenor Shopping Centre will also open late in December.
The festive outdoor market arrives in Chester with stalls in front of the Town Hall. more
Christmas At Chester Zoo
The Lanterns at Chester Zoo
24 November - 30 December 2017
This Christmas, as twilight falls across Chester Zoo a magical Christmas sorting office comes to life. The zoo will be transformed into an enchanting world full of illumination and spellbinding theatrical adventure. chesterzoo.org
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Saturday 16 & Sunday 17 December 2017 Venue: Carriage Shed Chester Chester’s first annual Christmas Food & Drink Festival is landing at the Carriage Shed in December. A festive offering of the finest hot food and an array of bars serving everything from world gins and fizz to real ales and mulled wine will be getting you into the highest Yuletide spirits, with a programme of entertainment that boasts oompah bands, carol singers, live bands and DJs.
There will be something on for everyone to enjoy.
Sunday 3 December 2017
Be part of this amazing event. Register now to avoid disappointment.
This feel-good event raises money for local charities, the Countess of Chester Hospital, and the Hospice of the Good Shepherd. Get your suit on, and get Dashing! (chestersantadash.com)
Chester Round the Walls Race
Chester Round the Walls Run Boxing Day December
Although weather and walls conditions have caused many variations to its route, the Boxing Day running of this race has remained a constant event in the city since since its inception in 1972. The standard route is between 4.5 and 5 miles, starting on the Roodee racecourse and following almost the full 2-mile length of the Roman and Medieval walls, to finish back on the racecourse. (www.westcheshireac.co.uk)