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To our wonderful visitors and supporters,

Despite the large-scale Christmas Market not going ahead this year, the city of Bath will remain a magical place to visit over the festive season. Bath & North East Somerset Council, Bath BID, Visit West, SouthGate Bath and Milsom Place are working together on the ‘Bath at Christmas’ programme to ensure the city sparkles and attracts visitors this festive season including:

• The independent Bath artisan market in Queen Square
• Traditional Christmas celebrations around the Abbey Quarter
• An illumination trail of the iconic and historic buildings of Bath
• A number of festive stalls in Kingston Parade and Abbey Green
• A Victorian carousel ride outside the Roman Baths
• Street entertainment and carol singing

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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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