Early Christmas crowds enjoy the Arley Hall Shopping Spectacular

PUBLISHED: 19:22 07 December 2016 | UPDATED: 19:22 07 December 2016

Jennie Newman

Jennie Newman

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Visitors enjoyed fabulous festive retail therapy over two days at the Arley Hall Shopping Spectacular, which is held annually at the home of Lord and Lady Ashworth in Northwich.

The Christmas event brings together an array of hand-picked stalls, offering everything from delicious food and stocking fillers to stunning gifts and homewares.

This year the event, which is organised and run by volunteers, raised money for The Joshua Tree, a local charity that supports families across Cheshire and the North West who are affected by children’s cancer.

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