Carmarthen Christmas Market thrives complete with, Motorcycling Santa, Buskers, Cinderella and Women’s Rights Campaigners

Dry mild weather made for a perfect shopping day in Carmarthen market on Saturday 16th Dec 23.

Saxy Brass entertained shoppers with Christmas carols, several passers by stopping to bop along.  Saxy Brass are available for public hire on 07973 130293.

We spotted this gentleman whom we assumed was Santa taking a day off.  He assured us he was not and his dog explained that Santa was located further down the street.

The Sero Centre is located near to Superdrug and is a UK government funded community led space bringing together climate based initiatives and promoting a positive message of sharing and mutual assistance and including projects such as a Repair Cafe, a library of things for loan including perhaps most usefully power tools.

Santa’s helper welcomed children into the Sero centre to see Santa.

Santa had arrived by motorcycle, and these happy siblings were allowed a go on it

There were stalls aplenty selling gifts and delicious food

This lovely lady was conducting a survey for the Women’s Rights Network.

Meanwhile at St Peters Civic Hall Cinderella was cleaning up ready for a night out on the town in between appearances in the panto, which is on until December 23rd.

Almost opposite in the former Spread Eagle a man who was as close a resemblance to Santa as ever was had been dolling out huge chocolate likenesses of himself free of charge to visiting children. That had been organised by the local traders group. You can watch his interview here:


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