10 surefire signs Christmas is on its way in Leeds

Pick up a festive bake and start browsing Christmas jumpers - 'tis almost the season to be jolly.

Wednesday, 14th November 2018, 11:29 am
Updated Wednesday, 14th November 2018, 12:09 pm
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Here are ten sure-fire signs you know Christmas is coming quicker than you think in Leeds:

Santa is a Leeds fan right? Fans will soon be decked out in this headgear of choice when attending those cold winter games in the run up to Christmas.
Thors Tipi is returning to Leeds in time for the Christmas festivities later this year. It returns to Victoria Gardens on November 16 and runs until December 31 featuring a bar, wooden seats on, cosy furs and an open fire pit.

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Beer? German sausage? waffle anyone? The Leeds Christmas Market is back at Millennium Square until Saturday, December 22.
Lotherton Hall's Christmas Experience is a popular draw. It features a very special North Pole, where children can help Santas elves in their workshop, as well as visiting Father Christmas himself to share their wishes.
Thousands turned out to see them switched on in the city centre. And over the coming weeks it will be the turn of your local community. Enjoy!
Its one of the busiest party nights of the year and the evening thousands of workers will be out on their festive dos in the city centre. December 21 is the date for your diary. Have you made plans yet?
Admire the colossal Christmas tree standing proud in City Square with its new traditional style pot to compliment the heritage of the neighbouring buildings.
Fancy a smooch with that special someone in your life? The UKs only Kissing Tree is back in the city at Trinity Leeds.
Will Leeds's coolest winter attraction be returning to the city centre? Council chiefs are yet to release details. So watch this space.
Carriageworks Theatre is bringing Beauty and the Beast to the stage in the city centre. It runs from November 23 (oh, yes it does!) until Monday, December 31.