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Cardiff gears up for festive season; Markets decorated with fairy lights

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Jason Miller

Cardiff has been seen gearing up for the Christmas season as people across Cardiff witnessed setting up for Christmas markets with tall pine trees decorated with lights.

The Cardiff Christmas Market opened on Thursday, November 10, and there are plenty of delicious food options.

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The lights are on, the Christmas Market stalls are trading, Winter Wonderland is open, and it’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Cardiff!

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As usual, Cardiff will be decorated with all of its festive fineries with a beautiful display of Christmas lights around the city centre.

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For an early dose of festivities, People across Cardiff who visited on Tuesday, November 15, witnessed the lights being switched on for the first time.

Winter Wonderland opens its doors, plus the Christmas Market and Festive Quarter will already be underway.

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Christmas lights twinkling, are you seeing? In Cardiff City Centre, people are cheering. A beautiful sight, Visitors are happy tonight walking in a winter wonderland.”

During this time of the year, Cardiff Markets is the best place to explore new cuisines and to shop for the upcoming festive season.

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Cardiff markets are selling unique Santa costumes and decorating materials this year. Not only for shopping purposes, but the vast Cardiff markets have also allowed many local people to sell their handmade products.

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Cardiff markets have generated employment opportunities for many youngsters who are looking for jobs in this festive season.

As the cost of living crisis impacts the UK and the cost of food, in general, rises, it is no surprise that snacks at the Christmas markets will hit your wallet.

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Patrons took to social media to complain, with one person saying, “Shame on Cardiff Council for allowing these prices; as a family of four, how are we supposed to afford this? With soft drinks costing nearly as much and especially in the current climate”.

Jason Miller

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