Renowned UK artist Alex Rinsler, 36, Manchester has created a giant art piece Piglet that will take centre stage in St Ann’s Square.
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Every day people are seen sleeping in doorways, at entrances to shopping complexes and begging for money from passers-by. Living this way is clearly distressing and not a pleasant way of life.
The event was launched on both days by the town crier Johnny Crook who read a script about the meaning of being from Lancashire which was followed by various dancers and the riding of the trains.
The market is one of the largest in the world and the stalls start at the Cathedral Gardens and ends at Albert Square and the Town Hall with side roads full of Christmas decorations, ornamental structures and attractions for the whole family.
Thousands of people filled the square to get in the festive mood and share the Christmas spirit many of whom joined in the singing of popular festive songs.
Manchester annually hosts the Christmas lights switch on and Market every year with multiple events taking place throughout the city.
Manchester’s Cross Street Chapel was treated to performances by two ‘exceptionally committed’ Chinese pianists last week.
Known for many classical musicians, members of the public attended a unique performance of music from countries including Germany and the Czechoslovakia.