A new festive market will bring Christmas cheer to Hammersmith.
It will be held in King Street and Lyric Square on December 2 and feature more than 100 stalls, with the road closed off to traffic.
It follows the success of the traffic-free markets held at North End Road, which attract crowds of up to 15,000.
Visitors will be able to buy seasonal gifts and foods, with the wintertime fun boosted by live music, carol singing and a visit from Santa.
The market will result in the closure of King Street between the gyratory and Leamore Street on December 2.
Cllr Andrew Jones, head of economic development and regeneration at Hammersmith and Fulham Council, said: “It will be a great opportunity for local residents to get a headstart on their Christmas shopping and enjoy a wonderful day out.
“Our pedestrian-friendly markets are proving very popular with both residents and business owners and make a fantastic contribution to our drive to make H&F the greatest place to live, work and shop in Europe.”
The council is also keen to hear from prospective stall holders, and is keen to see stalls selling high-quality merchandise including gifts, Christmas and home accessories, clothes, jewellery, crafts and seasonal food.
The council say residents and business owners will still have access to Leamore Street on the day, and that letters detailing the road closures will be sent out shortly
The North End Road traffic-free Christmas Market takes place on December 9 and will feature around 150 stalls packed with presents, festive food and drink.
For more information on running a stall at the North End Road market click here .
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