It’s time for the sixth Linton Christmas Market, which brings stalls, carols and all sorts of delicious food and drink. Grab a mulled wine or Baileys latte and explore Linton’s chocolate box high street, which will be lined with local producers selling unique gifts.
There’ll also be street food traders, and you can warm up at Linton Kitchen with soups and a homemade cake, plus don’t forget to visit some of the village’s other top indie shops like Case-Solved Wines, Jigsaw Bakery and The Flower Boutique and, of course, the warm and welcoming Dog & Duck Pub. It takes place on 8 December, 10am-3pm.
At Linton Kitchen, this charming village café has produced a Christmas window display created in collaboration with ARU’s interior design students. It reflects the history and community of Linton via edible and seasonal elements.
If you’re after a showstopper of a Christmas cake, check out its range of stunning options, which include dark chocolate, chestnut and brandy roulade, a rich Christmas cake and a luscious red velvet sponge. Struggling with feeding guests with food allergies? Linton Kitchen has vegan and gluten-free suggestions too – all cakes are made to order and bookings are limited, so don’t dally!