BLACON Festivals is inviting everyone to the first Blacon Craft and Produce Festive Fayre on Saturday (December 4).
The fair will take place at the recently revamped Old Station site on Saughall Road from 11am until 2pm.
It promises to be a spectacular event with more than 20 stalls selling an assortment of professionally made gifts and local produce.
Among the gifts will be quality handmade cards and jewellery, knitted clothing and hand carved wooden goods.
Produce for sale will include home-grown vegetables, free-range eggs and delicious home-made cakes, biscuits and preserves.
A range of hot food and drink stalls will provide a range of festive treats, and there is a rumour that Father Christmas could take time out from his busy schedule to drop by.
There will also be a special performance from Harmonic Tonic, Blacon’s community choir.
Melisa Boughey from Blacon Community Trust’s festivals team said: “It’s touching to see members of the community coming together in preparation for such a quality event.
“We hope to see many more events like this to come.”
For more details, contact Melisa Boughey on 01244 390344.