Thousands of people visited Wrexham to attend the town’s ever popular Victorian Christmas Market.

The annual event was bigger and better this year and has expanded from the grounds of St Giles Church to include the newly-paved Hope Street and Queens Street, as well as Henblas Street.

More than 100 stalls boasted an array of festive food, drinks and goods.

Videos and pictures by Craig Colville

Queens Square was also the location for a traditional fair ground carousel while a Ferris wheel provided riders with views of the town and its Christmas lights.

Street entertainers dressed in Victorian outfits entertained the crowds and posed for photographs.

Don't miss more great pictures and reaction from Wrexham's Victorian Markets in Friday's Leader