The Lexicon Bracknell has just reopened its annual Christmas market, and shoppers are already enjoying the festivities.

Bracknell locals and visitors can enjoy the “Christmasy” market stalls which will be open to the public from the 16th of November until Christmas Eve.

Amid the picturesque wooden chalets returning to the High Street again this Christmas, shoppers can enjoy an array of artisanal festive goodies and handmade crafts.

Many have attended the Bracknell Festive Market over the years, and it remains a perfect place for a Christmas-themed date or a present shopping spree with friends.

The stalls will be open every day selling an array of festive food, drink, and gifts that are perfect to fill any Christmas stocking.

The chalets selling festive wares includes Melted wax melts and burners, The bauble boutique, Native craft, O’Donnell moonshine gifts, Limpopo biltong, and House of Tweed.

Attendees can also enjoy a range of tasty winter treats including German bratwurst, mulled wine, and high-quality cheeses.

Upon the Festive Market’s return, staff at The Lexicon have also installed a 10 metre high Christmas tree, a perfect addition to get anyone in the Christmas mood.

A post regarding the markets released by The Lexicon said: “The smell of mulled wine and sizzling sausages, it’s sure to be a popular festive spot this Christmas.”

The Christmas market in Bracknell’s town centre will be open to the public Monday to Friday 10 am to 6 pm and Saturdays 10 am to 7 pm.

On Sundays, the stalls will be open from 11 am 6 pm.