Dudley’s Russells Hall hospital is getting into the Christmas spirit this week, with the arrival of their Christmas Market and Christmas light switch-on.
The afternoon event will give staff and visitors the chance to support small local businesses and the Dudley Group’s NHS charity, whilst snapping up some festive purchases ahead of Christmas.
With around twenty stalls set up outside the main entrance of the hospital, shoppers will be able to purchase items including handmade greeting cards, baked goods, jewellery, handmade bath and body products, candles, wax melts and much more!
Alongside the bustle of the Christmas market, the Trust will be hosting St Mark’s CE primary school, based in Pensnett, who will be singing Christmas carols in the main reception. The market will also coincide with the switch on of the Trust’s Christmas lights, which will shine bright for all to see throughout December, right into the new year.
Diane Wake, chief executive of the Dudley Group NHS foundation Trust said, “We’re thrilled that our Christmas market is returning this week and are delighted to be supporting so many small businesses from around the region, as well as our Dudley Group NHS charity.
“Bringing joy and Christmas cheer to our patients, visitors and staff here at the Trust is of huge importance to us; and we’re looking forward to beginning the festive season off tomorrow.”
The Dudley Group’s Christmas market will be taking place on Thursday 1st December, from 3.00pm to 6.00pm at the main entrance of Russells Hall hospital. Choir performances will commence at 2.00pm, with the light switch on taking place at 3.30pm.
If you are a local small business who would be interested in getting involved in the Dudley Group’s Christmas market for 2023, please contact the communications team via: email@example.com