Pete Jones and Natasha Harper, main stage comperes at Kelham Island Museum Christmas Market. Image © Ian M. Spooner.JPG

Sheffield’s Kellam Island welcomes the return of the Victorian Christmas Market this weekend with over 80 local market stalls to browse through for the perfect gift.

It will be held on the 2nd and 3rd of December and there will be over 80 market stalls selling Sheffield-made products, quality gifts and seasonal goods.

Visitors will find crafts by local artists, such as ceramics, prints, cutlery, jewellery, glassware, metalwork, and textiles.

Nick Douggan, a stall owner, said: “I am selling Vintage Sheffield Cutlery, which was made in Sheffield over 100 years ago and got sent all over the world.

“Being the only person that sells these products in the Victorian Christmas Market, my biggest challenge is to get enough stock but I have been buying it all year and bringing it back to Sheffield.”

There will be an array of food and drink options at the event, ranging from a traditional hog roast to wood-fired pizza. You can also get toasty by the fire in the Millowners Arms pub or warm up with a mulled wine.

Local brass brands, musicians, choirs, and carollers will also be performing music on the Music Hall Stage and engine rides on the Kelham Flyer, a Selfie Sleigh and a Santa Claus meet and greet will be available.

Limited advanced tickets are available – book yours here.