Christmas food and crafts, carols, mulled wine and a magical lantern parade led by Father Christmas himself can be found at Brighouse Victorian Christmas Market.
The 2015 Brighouse Christmas market will bring two days of entertainment and festive shopping to the town centre with a Victorian twist.
Last year's event brought thousands of visitors to Brighouse for a weekend of nostalgia.
Click below for a taste of last year's Christmas market
Planning a visit to Brighouse Victorian Christmas Festival? Here's everything you need to know:
When is it?
The festival will take place Saturday November 28, 10am-5pm and Sunday November 29, 10am-4pm.
Where is it?
The festival and Christmas market is held across Brighouse town centre, with several roads closed to allow visitors to explore free from passing traffic.
This year's festival is promising its biggest Christmas market yet, featuring local crafts and produce, with traders dressed in Victorian costume. Shops will also adopt the theme with Victorian decorations and costumed staff.
There's also street entertainment, including fire eaters, jugglers and magicians, school choirs and bands performing festive music, carol singing and a brass band.
Children can enjoy fairground rides and visit Santa in his grotto, and on both days there will be a lantern parade through Brighouse town centre, led by Father Christmas in his horse drawn carriage.
And keep your eye out for a royal guest — Queen victoria herself will make an appearance!
Brighouse's Christmas lights will also be switched on by the man in red on Saturday.
Is there food and drink?
Visitors can warm up with mulled wine, roasted chestnuts, hot street food and Christmas fayre, and the Sweeney Todd pie and pea refreshment stall in Commercial Street will serve hot chocolate, mulled wine and mince pies. The volunteer-run stall raises money for future Brighouse town centre events.
Can the kids visit Santa Claus?
Of course! Santa will be waiting for little ones in his grotto, and will also lead the lantern parades in a horse drawn carriage.
How do I get there?
If you're travelling by car, Brighouse is less than a mile from the junction 25 exit of the M62.
Buses from Huddersfield Bus Station to Brighouse centre run every 10-15 minutes, and the journey takes around 15 minutes.
Alternatively, direct trains from Huddersfield Railway Station to Brighouse Rail Station (a five minute walk from the town centre) run 50 minutes past the hour and the journey takes around 15 minutes.
Where can I park?
There are several long and short stay car parks in Brighouse — long stay charge 40p per hour, short stay charge 60p per hour.
Parking can be found across the town, as detailed in this map by Brighouse Canal Festival :
If you're looking for more festive markets to get into that Christmassy mood, there's lots happening across Yorkshire in the coming weeks. Plan your festive outings with our guide to Yorkshire's Christmas markets.