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To our wonderful visitors and supporters,

We are so sad to announce that the Bath Christmas Market we know and love will not be going ahead this year.

The safe-running of the Market has, and always will be, our number one priority and this requires a significant number of security and logistics staff. The knock-on effect of Brexit and COVID-19 have caused a national recruitment crisis in this field and therefore, Bath & North East Somerset has taken the decision to reshape Christmas in Bath for this year. For this reason, we are unable to move forward with Bath Christmas Market as originally planned. We will be hoping to announce some festive activities in the coming weeks.

You will still be able to get your festive favourites from our stallholders and throughout November and December, our website will be transformed to shine a spotlight on all the Artisans that would have been showcasing their skills during the Market.

From the whole team, we apologise for any inconvenience this causes and we really hope to see you all in 2022.

Best wishes,

The Bath Christmas Market Team x

Bath and North East Somerset Council, organisers of Bath Christmas Market, are committed to ensuring that, so far is reasonably possible, access to the Bath Christmas Market event is accessible to everyone wishing to attend. The main areas of the event site are accessible via dropped kerbs, which are permanent features of the city centre. These areas have been left clear from any obstructions. An accessible toilet facility is available onsite and illustrated on the Bath Christmas Market site map. Click here for more information on visiting Bath if you have accessibility issues.

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