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Lincoln Christmas Market: What the organisers say (VIDEO)

By AlexColman  |  Posted: December 06, 2012

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City of Lincoln Council Events Officers, Holly Parker.

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Several changes have been made to improve crowding issues at the Lincoln Christmas Market as over 300,000 people are expected.

The event now spans a wider area and a new one-way system has been put in place aimed at guiding visitors around the almost 300 stalls more safely.

Another big change for 2012 will see a shift in focus onto entertainment and a wide variety of acts are scheduled across all four days.

A special stage has been erected at St Paul in the Bail, off Westgate and Bailgate, where 20 minute slots will be filled with Theatre, music and even Shakespeare.

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Lincoln Cathedral will also play a big role staging choirs, concerts and carols. Rooftop tours are being operated giving a unique view of the city.

Events organiser for the City of Lincoln Council, Holly Parker spoke about what to expect at the 2012 Lincoln Christmas Market...


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