A huge Christmas market will be in Manchester next week with festive food and many gifts available to visitors. Due to Coronavirus, many large activities have been cancelled including Christmas markets. But The Manchester Vegan Winter Market has found a way to take place as planned.
The Manchester Vegan Winter Market will be in the Bowlers Exhibition Centre next weeks. The annual event will start on December 12. Including mince pies, chocolates, and Christmas cake, a lot of vegan Christmas foods will be available in the market.
The visitor of Manchester Vegan Winter Market will have to access much food for take-away and many gifts to buy. Organizers of the market are planning to take visitors into two different sections in order to prevent overcrowded areas in the market. Also, other covid precautions such as one-way systems, compulsory face coverings (unless exempt), and monitored social distancing will be applied in the Manchester Vegan Winter Market.
The Manchester Vegan Winter Market will be opened at 10.30 am and 4.30 pm on Saturday, December 12. Entry will cost £5 plus a 60p booking fee and for under 16, attendance is free. VIP tickets are priced at £15 that includes fast track entry, special offers, and a bag of samples. In order to book a ticket, you go visit the Eventbrite website.