The wait is over. The Christmas lights are on. We’re ready for our Christmas party and the countdown to Christmas begins!
Thors Tipi has returned to Leeds and it’s here until the end of December! You can expect a Vikings den, a hot chocolate station, open fires, mulled wine and a festive atmosphere. They’ve teamed up with Leeds Brewery to bring you your favourite brews, whilst The Mussel Pot have designed a viking inspired BBQ menu to fit with the rest of the atmosphere. Thors Tipi is held in Victoria Gardens (outside Leeds Art Gallery). (photo: Google)
Leeds Winter Market
Back for one day only, Leeds Winter Market – a unique market that emphasises the fact that winter is a time of gathering together. The market is filled with independent designers, quality vintage and artisan food producers. There is a kid’s zone on the lower ground floor that will keep them entertained with craft tables, the opportunity to meet Santa and the ultimate winter toy shop! Tickets cost £5 on the door, £3 early bird tickets and it is held in Leeds Town Hall, 10th December. (photo: Google)
Funfair on Cookridge Street
This festive family funfair is set to run alongside the German Christmas Market for the first three weeks of December. The funfair will celebrate the run up to Christmas and will feature a range of rides including: dodgems, flying chairs, children’s funhouse, rides, along with the likes of traditional candy floss, refreshment stalls and a cafe. (photo: Google)
Christmas Day Dinner in Leeds
For those of you who enjoy venturing out on Christmas day for some tasty, wholesome, good food, then here is a list of places you may want to consider. The Roundhay Fox in Roundhay, Bibi’s Italianissimo in the city centre, The Deer Park in Roundhay, Miller and Carter and the Crowne Plaza in the city centre. Make sure you check out their websites to discover exactly what their fabulous Christmas dinners involve. (photo: Google)