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Trowbridge Christmas Market returns to Inbox Mills

The Trowbridge Christmas Market is returning to Innox Mills from Friday 19th – Sunday 21st November 2021, offering visitors from the town and beyond a chance to get ahead on their Christmas shopping in a festive atmosphere.

Organised by the Innox Mills site owners in partnership with The Anonymous Travelling Market, the Trowbridge Christmas Market follows the success of last year’s event, which drew 15,000 visitors. Once again, this year’s event will be set in historic buildings at the site and will offer a wide selection of products including artisan gifts, local ales and spirits, plus festive decorations.

Mulled wine, roasted chestnuts and children’s entertainment, including face painting, will help guests get into the Christmas mood.

The market runs from the following times: 

Friday 19th November: 9am – 6pm

Saturday 20th November: 9am – 6pm

Sunday 21st November: 9am – 4pm


“Following the success of our first Christmas Market at Innox Mills last year, we’re excited to be bringing it back for 2021,” said Jonathan Dean, Director of Innox Mills.

“With other Christmas markets in the area cancelled this year, we hope this gives people a chance to enjoy a festive day out, while shopping for gifts and decorations from local businesses.”

Food, drink and leisure will play a big role at the Innox Mills development, where 300 hundred new homes are planned. 

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“Our vision is to create a thriving new hub at Innox Mills and the Trowbridge Christmas Market offers a taste of what’s to come. It’s also a chance for the public to see some of our historic buildings lit up for the festivities, which add to the rustic feel of the event.”

The Trowbridge Christmas Market is within easy reach of Trowbridge station, the town centre and public car parks.

Want to get involved? Stall holders, musicians and street entertainers should call 07795 321535 or email or visit for further details. 

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