We all know Moseley is a hub of all things cool, quirky is a regular go to town for retro and vintage fairs the like. So of course there was going to be a festive fair going down for the season of good will, taking place at the drinking mecca of Moseley, The Prince of Wales. Moseley Christmas market looks set to be a relaxed option for those who aren’t in the mood to brave the bustle of the city centre.

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Craft stalls, cracking German beer and street foot style chilli dogs, it could only be the Moseley Christmas Market.

The market will be full of stalls selling cakes, bakes, and all sorts of yummy things. The Chilli Dog’s street food stall will be there to fill your tum with heaps of Christmassy cheesy chilli goodness. Plus plenty of art and craft from local artists, handmade jewellery and loads of other goodies. I think we can safely say that is your stocking filling taken care of, and of course that all important reward prezzie for yourself. Christmas shopping is hard work.
In addition to all these tempting trinkets and mouth-watering munchies, The Prince will be serving their homemade mulled wine, for that traditional winter warmer, Hot Toddies to keep those tootsies toasty, and of course German beer. A Christmas market just wouldn’t be a Christmas market without German beer.

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Don your festive garms and get down to this cracking beer garden for Moseley's Christmas Market this December.

'This is all very well' you might say, 'but it’s very chilly outside'. Well never fear you freezing barons! The market will be taking place in the large garden at the back of the pub, which is covered by a big ol' marquee and scattered with heaters. And of course, we must never forget the big old log burner Bruno, who will be keeping you Christmas critters warm all afternoon.

The market is running from Saturday 14th to Sunday 15th of December, opening each day at 1pm and closing at 6pm, before punters shuffle through for festive tipples in the garden. There’s nothing quite like a mulled wine and a market to get you in a festive frenzy!