An artisan market is returning to a town centre with a musical performance from North-West actress and singer Gemma Sutton.
More 60 small businesses will have stalls when the event returns to Burnley.
The first artisan market that took place on September 11 with 45 traders was judged a success as was the second earlier this month.
Now it will return on Saturday, November 6 with 65 traders and an emphasis on Christmas gifts, food and drink.
Gemma Sutton from ‘The Voice Box’, a North-West based West End and TV performer, will perform acoustic sets from her converted horse box at the event which starts at 10am in St James’s Street in Burnley town centre.
Pendleside Hospice will be running a Christmas craft area for young visitors.
Burnley BID Project Manager Andrew Dean commented: “The response to the first two markets has been fantastic and we’re really looking forward to the November and December events which will feature some amazing seasonal produce.”
Councillor Afrasiab Anwar, leader of Burnley Council, added: “Bringing the Artisan Market to Burnley has proved to be a great success. It has drawn on local talent as well as bringing in traders from further afield to our town centre offering quality goods.”
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