EACH week the Bury Times recommends five of the top events or family affairs taking place across the borough.

Here is our latest round-up for people of all ages, including wine tasting experiences, Christmas fairs and interactive music sessions.

Cheers to wine tasting

HEAD down to Radcliffe Market tonight to indulge in the first wine tasting experience made in collaboration with KWOFF wines.

The night will be overflowing with opportunities to learn all about the wines and to sample some of the finely selected beverages. Visitors will also have the chance to enjoy their wine with some cheese and biscuits.

As Christmas is almost upon us, this could be the ideal opportunity to select the perfect drink to accompany your festive celebrations.

The event will run from 6pm to 8.30pm. Tickets cost £20 and are available from kwoff.co.uk/products/radcliffe-market-wine-tasting-event-14-11-19

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Dining in festive style

THE Christmas cheer continues into the weekend with a range of festive food and entertainment being put on at the Stables Country Club and Hotel.

Party in style with festivities beginning at 7pm on Saturday, carrying on into the early hours of the morning with a resident DJ who will be playing a selection of popular Christmas classics.

The Walshaw Road venue invites guests to enjoy a three-course meal followed by dancing.

Tickets start at £30.

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Christmas craft fair

SANTA Claus is coming to Radcliffe. At 12.30pm on Sunday, November 17, the man himself will be opening up the doors to the Christmas craft fair at St Philip's community centre. Offering a variety of activities for the whole family alongside delicious treats, the day is set to be a seasonal triumph.

The fair will be lined with stalls all selling a myriad of festive goods. Handmade gifts, hair accessories, clothing and an assortment of sweet treats are all up for grabs. There is no charge for entry.

Musical fun for all the family

Join KidsRock for a fun interactive music session this Saturday from 11am-12pm. The event is primarily for those with special educational needs and disabilities but all are welcome to come along.

The day aims to bring people of all ages and skill sets together to play music  and meet new people. Expect live music and pre-recorded tracks alongside interactive songs and fun games.

The hour's session will be held at The Green Community Cafe in Clarence Park. For more information visit https://kidsrockwithchris.com/.

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The Monster tour lands in Bury  

MUSICIAN Hugh Cornwell will be bringing his Electric show to The Met on Sunday.

The Stranglers' songwriter will be performing his new album and a selection of his most successful hits.

Tickets are priced at £26.50 on TicketLine, including a booking fee. This event is for over 14s only.

Visit their website for more information at www.ticketline.co.uk/order/tickets/13345140/hugh-cornwell-ele ctric-bury-the-met-2019-11-17-19-00-00.