Bury Hospice's Christmas fair this year "promises to be one of its biggest yet".

Games, stalls, crafts and much more will be available at the fair, which takes place on Sunday, December 3 from 1pm to 4 pm at the Rochdale Old Road hospice.

Generous donations have arrived from individuals and organisations across the borough, meaning stalls will be full of items that will no doubt make ideal Christmas presents.

Visitors will be able to drop by "Elfridges" to buy some lovely gifts before heading for some festive food or mulled wine.

READ NEXT > Care home residents use their knitting skills for heart-warming reason

Exciting prizes will be won on the Christmas raffle and children can visit Santa in his grotto, as well as enjoy some festive crafts and games.

"There will be something for everyone to enjoy", the hospice says.

READ NEXT > Feast of Christmas music coming to town with festive concert

Community fundraiser at the hospice, Rachel Krafft, said: “I’ve been overwhelmed by the generosity of our hospice community.

"We have received so many donations of fabulous brand new items.

“I’d especially like to thank Santaceptor for the donations of our grotto gifts, as well as the Body Shop, Toy Topic, Greenhalghs, McDonalds, Grace Cole, WDS, Sambro, BIP Candy and Toy, and local artists and crafters who have all provided wonderful products.

“The stage is set, please come and enjoy.”