AFTER many stalls were cancelled and the event was scaled back due to poor weather conditions, Wrexham's Victorian Christmas Market finally got underway.

Over 60 stalls were featured in this year's markets and traders were eager to welcome Wrexham residents to Queen's Sq, St Giles' Church and Ty Pawb.

While the fair rides stayed in Queen's Square, most stalls relocated to a much drier and warmer location inside Ty Pawb as weather warnings were in place.

Still, the cold didn't ruin the magical atmosphere created by everyone who put the effort in to create a fun and festive event.


From hot drinks to freshly baked brownies, delicious pizza and handmade homeware, gifts and clothes, the stalls had everything you could imagine.

All the traders were in high spirits and willing to show customers their best sellers, including a fantastic selection of gifts for anyone still needing to start their Christmas shopping. 

The markets are in Wrexham for one day only from 12pm until 8pm.