What to do this December in Exeter

It’s that time of year again and the winter can now finally kick off! With Christmas, just around the corner, we’ve picked out a few things we wouldn’t want you to miss out on over the most exciting season of the year:

Exeter Christmas Market

This year’s Christmas Market will run until Sunday 18th December.
The Cathedral Green has been brought to life by this special seasonal Market, with stalls offering unique, handmade, and unusual gifts, decorations, and food items – everything needed for a perfect Christmas celebration and to create a real Christmas buzz at the heart of the city.
Exeter Market was the Winner of the National Association of British Market Authorities “Best Speciality Award 2014” so make sure to drop by and enjoy a nice glass of mulled wine.

More details on their website here.

The Very Festive Christmas Market

Located opposite the Naomi J Ryan office! Festive feasting & seasonal specialities bring a unique magic to Southernhay Gardens this December.
Celebrating speciality & festive street food, seasonal drinks & crafts from across the South West, this brand-new event is at Southernhay Gardens over the first two weekends of December; Friday 2nd-Saturday 3rd and Thursday 8th – Saturday 10th December 11-8pm daily.

More details on their website here.

Late Night Shopping

Shop a little later in the run up to Christmas.
Late Night shopping in Exeter runs throughout December until 9pm every Thursday meaning that no matter what little time you have before the big day, you’ll still be able to pop into your favourite stores and grab the perfect gift for your loved ones.

Charity Santa Run

Fancy Running 5km or 1.5 miles with 1000 other runners dressed in Santa Suits for charity? Who wouldn’t!
So, if you’re free on Sunday 4th December, bring your friends and family along, get dressed up and raise some money for worthy charities.

More details on their website here.

Hospiscare Choir

You may have heard of Hospiscare – the local charity, based in Exeter, who provides palliative care for the Exeter, mid and east Devon areas – but you may have not heard of their Choir.
The Hospiscare Choir counts 25 members, and is formed of Staff, including nurses, Volunteers, and Supporters of Hospiscare and their families.
The Choir currently supports some of the Light Up A Life services, and will be performing at the Holy Cross Church, in Crediton on Thursday 1st December at 6pm, and at Exeter Cathedral on Sunday 18th December at 6pm.

More details on their website here.

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