THERE were gifts galore, festive treats and visits to Santa at the George Lawton Hall as Mossley Town Team hosted its popular Christmas Market.
The annual event was as busy as always as hundreds turned up to browse the stalls, tuck into refreshments and enjoy the atmosphere.
A huge range of items was on sale from local crafters and shops, including candles, cards, sweets, decorations, bags, hand-made items, and woodwork.
There was entertainment throughout the afternoon from talented group Good Vibrations, as well as a grand raffle with great prizes.
Cllr Irene Raddings, Mayor of Mossley, said: “We’ve had a fantastic afternoon and it’s been really busy all day.”
There was also a special stall set up by Bob Cooper selling plants to raise funds for Willow Wood Hospice.
Bob created the eye-catching tubs himself from empty tuna tins, and painted and decorated them, before filling them with plants.
From starting with 40 tubs, he ended up almost sold out, and also sold countless raffle tickets a larger wheelbarrow planter which will be raffled at Willow Wood’s coffee morning on December 1.