Christmas Markets in Cambridgeshire 2018

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Nothing beats a Christmas market, get festive at one of these fun filled Xmas markets in Cambridgeshire.

Ely Xmas fair

Ely Cathedral Christmas Gift & Craft Fair, 15 – 17 November

This massive event sees over 120 stalls located in the Cathedral’s magnificent nave, the Lady Chapel and even a heated marquee in the grounds. As well as the chance to pick up gifts, homemade treats and more, the fair also features live demonstrations, a festive food hall, a vintage carousel, reindeer and children’s entertainment (Saturday only). Find out more and purchase tickets in advance here: or call 01353 660349

Festive Food & Gift Show Peterborough, 16-18 November

East of England Arena & Events Centre, Oundle Rd, Alwalton, Peterborough PE2 6XE


You’ll find everything you need to create a perfect Christmas. Visitors can shop six luxury zones featuring over 200 pop up shops.

The North Pole, 17 November 2018 – 6 January 2019

Parker’s Piece, Cambridge

There’s no need to jet off to the Arctic as the North Pole once again pops up at Parker’s Piece in Cambridge. A fab festive location for the whole family to enjoy. Tuck into tasty treats from the food stalls, warm up with mulled wine at the Alpine Bar and before going for a spin on the ice

Christmas Gift and Craft Fair, St Ives, 18 November, 10am-4pm

Burgess Hall, St Ives

Browse the stalls full of festive treats, traditional decorations and handmade gifts, perfect for gifts for friends and family. Entry £2, under 16s free.

Presents Galore, 23-25 November

The Millennium Stand, Rowley Mile Racecourse, Newmarket, CB8 0TF

The festive fair is back for another year of shopping to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support. All entrance fees and 10% of sales will go to the charity. It’s a great opportunity to pick up gifts and shop local businesses while raising money for a good cause. Tickets priced £7.

Histon Handmade Christmas, 24 November, 12pm-7pm

The St Andrew’s Centre, School Hill, Histon

Returning for its fourth year, this is the perfect market for picking up quirky gifts and stocking fillers.

Huntingdon’s Christmas Celebrations, 29 November – 2 December

The Market will be launched with the popular Christmas Lights Switch On, which will take place at 6.30pm on the evening of Thursday 29 November. The event, supported by local businesses and charity stalls, will be a hub of festive fun, with gifts, food and a visit by Father Christmas and his elves to keep children entertained.

Mill Road Winter Fair, Saturday 1 December, from 10.30am-4.30pm

Mill Road, Cambridge

The popular fair returns with a range of festive stalls, food and music guaranteed to get you into the festive spirit. Last year the event attracted over 10,000 visitors so expect a busy and buzzing atmosphere.

St Neots Continental Christmas Market, 1-3 December

Market Square, St Neots, PE19 2AA

For the first time traders from across Europe will come together in St Neots for a celebratory seasonal market. Visitors can give their Christmas a European flare with foods from France, Spain, Morocco and beyond.

Burghley House Christmas Fair, 6-9 December

Burghley House, Peterborough

Wander amongst the chalets, heated marquees and Fine Food Market and enjoy the perfect Christmas shopping opportunity in the festive surroundings of Burghley. Free entry. Parking £5.

Cambridgeshire Christmas Craft & Food Fair, 8-9 December, 10am-4pm

The Arena Wood Green, London Road, Godmanchester, PE29 2NH 

A huge range of over 100 arts, craft and gift stalls where you might find anything from jewellery and other accessories, handicrafts, hand made cards, photography, candles, aromatherapy products, through to ceramics and wood turning as well as food & drink – Christmas shopping all under one roof! Tickets: £3, concessions £2.50 accompanied young people 18 & under free.

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