Daventry Christmas Market and Festive Fun Saturday 27th November 10am to 3pm poster

Christmas Market & Festive Fun

Daventry Town Council invite you along to our Christmas Market where we will have an array of festive stalls selling unique Christmas inspired gifts, crafts, decorations, clothing, plus food and drink gift packs to get you into the festive spirit.

We will also have some yummy hot food stalls to buy you on the day.

  • DATE: Saturday 26th November 2022
  • TIME: 10am - 3pm
  • LOCATION: Daventry High Street, Bowen Square, Foundry Walk & Sheaf Street
  • ENTRY: FREE to come along to and Family Friendly
  • PARKING: There are various car parks around the town and parking is FREE! (please check signage for time restrictions)

Great for the whole family to kick start their Christmas shopping!

SANTA: Santa is coming to town in his sleigh from The Rotary for all the children to say hello to. He will be sitting in his sleigh on the High Street so you do not need an appointment to see him - just pop along on the day.*

EXTRAS ATTRACTIONS: Plus there will be some extra special exciting festive attractions to look out for too! Santa's real reindeer will be joining in the fun too for you to see. We will have a giant Snow Globe Experience to enjoy, as well as festive face painting, choir, children's crafts, Christmas Tree Trail and even a stilt walking Rudolf the red nose reindeer!

While you are visiting Daventry you can stay for something to eat at one of the many cafes and restaurants in town. Daventry also boasts a wide variety of amazing independent shops to see. Visit Discover Daventry Facebook page for more information.

Follow our event on Facebook here.

ROAD CLOSURE: There will be a Road Closure in place for the High Street & Sheaf Street for the day of the event.

Please note: Stalls and products subject to change without prior notice.

*Please note this is not a Santa's Grotto

>> STALL HOLDERS PLEASE NOTE: We do not use third parties to book our stalls. Stalls are only booked via invitation by our Events Officer. We also do not take payment via PayPal for your reference

Gallery 2022

stall holder products
Stilt walker
Mayor Malcolm Ogle with Rotary Santa
snow globe
High Street crowd photo
Foundry walk crowd photo

Gallery 2022

Event was cancelled due to High Winds

Gallery 2020

Spirit of Christmas & Christmas Market 2019

The hugely popular Spirit of Christmas and Christmas Market came to Daventry!

Daventry hosted a Christmas Market and Spirit of Christmas Event in 2019, which included a plethora of activities for the whole family to enjoy.

Christmas Market: The Christmas Market was based on the High Street and included a Prosecco bar; a gin bar; various beers, ciders and ales; a hog roast; handmade jewellery; homemade chutneys and jams; and more – providing you with the perfect place to buy those last-minute Christmas presents (or even treat yourself!). With live music and the new Daventry Christmas lights official switch-on later in the evening there was lots going on and plenty to see.

Spirit of Christmas: From Santa's Grotto; Reindeer and Children's Entertainers and Face Painters there was lots to see and do. We also had Mickey and Minnie mouse wandering around the town plus the hugely popular giant snow globe! The event was rounded off with the popular Lantern Parade led by Daventry's Liberty Drum marching band.

They were really fun packed events with something for all the family.

Venue: High Street & Sheaf Street, Daventry

Gallery - 2019

Christmas Market & Light Switch On

Mayor Mike Arnold and Celebrity Dog Biff helping with the Christmas Lights switch on.

Craft stalls with unique gifts for all the family.

Spirit of Christmas & Lantern Parade

Ruldolph and friends came to Daventry!

Micky and Minnie even came along to say hello.

Meet Santa in his grotto

Face paints and lots of fun activities for kids to get involved with.

The Lantern Parade led by Liberty Drum marching bands around the town

The Parade finished at the Holy Cross Church for a family carol service.

Last updated: Wed, 22 Mar 2023 10:39