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Durham Traditional Christmas Festival

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Palace Green
Durham
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Event timing: Early December
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Durham’s award-winning, annual Christmas Festival with a wide range of festive entertainment for all the family in and around the World Heritage Site of the Cathedral and the Castle.

With over 160 stalls in the craft marquee and a local food producers market in the Cathedral Cloisters on Friday and Saturday. Activities for children include seeing the reindeers, pony and sleigh rides, ceramic tile painting in the family activity area.

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