Last minute gifts for Christmas will be available from Bolton Artisan Market this Sunday (December 18).
Visitors can enjoy some hot mulled wine while browsing artisan gifts, food and drinks.
And for every purchase, shoppers will receive a free raffle ticket for entry into a draw to win a hamper of goodies.
Around 20 producers and suppliers will be at Heaton Fold Garden Centre, from 10am to 4pm.
Goods on offer include handmade jams and chutneys; chocolates; speciality cakes and biscuits; Lancashire cheeses, along with bespoke home furnishings, crafts and jewellery. Christmas trees and handmade wreaths are also still in stock at the garden centre.
The market will take place inside the polytunnels. For further information, contact Brian Hood, from Signature Soaps, on 07888 845112 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
The market is organised by Brian Hood in conjunction with the council. The garden centre is on Overdale Drive, off Chorley New Road. Free parking is available on site.
Traders attending: Ahmed Olives; Bavarian Patisserie; Bowland Pork; Bowland Smokehouse; Fat Jaxs chutney; Fine Yarns Horwich; Geetime Upcycling (handmade gifts from “upcycled” tools, metals & pallets); I heart Jam; Ickysticky cakes; Karens Crafts (bags and accessories); Kauri Fine Foods (pies, quiche, soups, xmas puddings); Rivington chocolates; Signature Soaps; Simply Country Co Cheese; Sugarcake Chocolate brownies; Torc Jewellery, and World of Detox (flavoured honey and honey salad dressings).