A MOMENTOUS occasion is happening in Knutsford this weekend.

The town’s oldest family business, Arthur Lee Interiors, is opening on Sunday for the first time in 104 years!

The three storey Georgian townhouse, owned by sisters Helen Dufton and Vicky Wragg, is joining businesses to host a fun-filled festive event.

This store is not just about furniture.

Shoppers can browse round lots of homeware gifts plus inspiration to decorate your home over Christmas.

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Festive Sunday on December 10 will showcase the town’s independent retailers.

A feast of fun, food and live entertainment is lined up to encourage people to support local traders.

Mulled wine, mince pies, Baileys and various other festive treats are in store.

Chester Brass Band will be performing some nostalgic tunes.

Elf on the Shelf promises plenty of family fun.

Knutsford Little Theatre’s Red Riding panto cast will roam round the streets.

Knutsford Beats will be serenading shoppers with a selection of Christmas carols.

The Tea Room will be hosting a Christmas Bake Off.

Santa will welcome children to his grotto in Knutsford Methodist Church to raise funds for next year’s Royal May Day.