City's Lincoln Christmas Market pledge
Organisers of this year's Lincoln Christmas Market say the event will be the best one ever.
The popular market is back for its 30th year – it was cancelled in 2010 due to a heavy snow – and the City of Lincoln Council promises it won't disappoint.
With more than 250 stalls, traditional entertainment and delicacies from across the globe, the market brings in £10 million to the city and showcases its cathedral, medieval castle and Steep Hill.
Stalls selling mulled wine, decorations, gifts, craft wares, roasted chestnuts and sweets are already signed up and there will be a fun fair and big wheel offering spectacular views of Lincoln.
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John Latham, director of development and environment services at the city council, said: "The Christmas Market is one of the greatest events in the city's calendar and attracts people from around the globe.
"This year we are celebrating the market's 30th year and have introduced some new elements to make it the biggest and best event to date.
"We have taken on board feedback from stallholders, businesses and visitors from last year and hope the changes will bring about a new, improved event for all involved."
The market runs for four days and will officially launch with a traditional carol concert at the cathedral on the Thursday evening hosted by Mayor Patrick Vaughan.
The park and ride system will once again be based at the showground on the outskirts of the city and extra trains are being put on from Leeds for the sole purpose of market visitors.