Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email The Manchester Christmas Markets are set to open in September this year to cash in on the huge demand from visitors. The expanded market - which will now offer bratwurst, mulled wine and hand carved treats for FOUR MONTHS instead of the usual six weeks - will also see 100 new stalls added on a new pitch, all the way up Oxford Road . The annual markets draw in around 100 million people every year - and city bosses have decided theyre missing a trick by not offering tourists more time to pay them a visit. The usual Albert Square hub will continue to be the focal point of the markets, but bosses plan to add more diversity to the European stalls by having a British Market in St Anns Square, because of Brexit. It will sell typical British foods - like roast beef, haggis, Welsh cakes and chicken tikka masala. (Photo: Mark Waugh) There will also be a pop up British pub, selling flat, warm beer, Irn Bru, Guinness and whatever the Welsh drink, as well as an immersive grotto experience where a holographic Santa can entertain kids, because no real Santas are likely to be available until December. City centre spokesman and Manchesters Minister for Christmas Pat Karney said: This is fabulous news. Weve been trying to extend the opening times of the markets for years and theres no better time to start your Christmas shopping than right after your summer holidays. Oxford Road will be a great new addition as Manchester Business News there is loads of room there just gagging to be filled with lots of lovely wooden huts. You could have them going up as far as Didsbury. We might try that next year actually." Pat Karney at the Christmas Markets Additionally, one of Manchester's three free Metroshuttle bus services will become a mobile Christmas Market, decked out in tinsel, and serving a selection of festive cheeses. Karney added: Were also exploring the possibility of putting some huts underground, on top of buildings, on top of moving trams and pretty much anywhere we can cram them in.
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