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Winter Arts Market makes mini return to Liverpool Cathedral

The popular Winter Arts Market will return to Liverpool Cathedral this weekend in a 'mini' format.

The event, organised by Open Culture, usually attracts thousands of visitors and features around 200 craftsmen and women with stalls packed into the nave and well of the sandstone landmark and vintage and food fairs in the basement.

However, this year's mini editon will instead involve around 30 artists and makers and will take place from 10am to 4pm over two Saturdays - December 5 and 12.

There will be new stalls each weekend offering everything from cards, photography, ceramics and prints to jewellery, homewares, textiles and handmade beauty products, along with artisanal food and drink.

And there will also be refreshments available in the cathedral cafe.

Tickets, costing £2 plus a booking fee, will need to be booked in advance to control numbers and maintain social distancing. Anyone who feels unwell on the day should stay at home.

The equally popular Summer Arts Market was cancelled earlier this year because of the Coronavirus crisis.

The Winter Arts Market will be held on December 5 and 12. Tickets and more details HERE

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