WREXHAM town centre stepped back in time on Thursday as Victorian Markets lined the streets to bring festive cheer.

Hundreds of market stalls came to Wrexham starting at Queen’s Square and finishing at St Gile’s Church with a Victorian twist to the event.

Plenty of food, drink and crafts were available to purchase from 12pm until 8pm.

A traditional funfair took over Queen's Square by the town Christmas tree - complete with carousel, fairground games and a Ferris wheel that provided riders with views of the town and its Christmas lights.

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

Ice carver extraordinaire Simon O’Rourke also returned to the town to create an ice sculpting trail as part of the Victorian Christmas Market.

O'Rourke began at St Giles Church by carving a small ice block before going to Henblas Street at where he completed another small carving.

Attendees were asked to try to guess what the ice carving will be at the end of the trail, which took them to the Museum on Regent Street, which is set to be made from a massive piece of ice that will be lit up.