A HEREFORDSHIRE town is set to hold a long list of Christmas events over the next couple of weeks, with markets, late-night shopping, concerts, and films all in the line-up.

Here's a list of what is planned in Ross-on-Wye this Christmas:

Late-night shopping

Ross' late-night shopping starts tonight (December 2) at 7pm, with a wide range of independent shops in the town centre taking part.

This will continue each Thursday until Christmas weekend.

Christmas concert

Phoenix Theatre singers will hold their Christmas concerts tonight (December 2), tomorrow (December 3), and Saturday (December 4) at The Phoenix Theatre, in Palace Pound, St Mary's Street, at 7.30pm.

The evenings will be filled with Christmas music, sketches, and monologues for the whole family to enjoy and tickets cost £10.

Food market

Green Top craft and food market will take place tomorrow (December 3), with local businesses and craftspeople selling their handmade items.

Saturday Market

Ross' town market will take place on Saturday, December 4, from 9am to 3pm, where independent businesses from around the town will be selling homemade items for Christmas shoppers.

Country Market

The Country Market will be held at The Venue between 9am and 1.30pm where there will be various stalls selling items ready for Christmas gifts.

Christmas films at the cinema

Oliver, Elf, and The Nutcracker will be shown at The Gateway Cinema at Ross Labels.

Elf on Saturday, December 4 at 2pm.

Oliver on Sunday, December 5 at 1pm.

Then a live screening of The Nutcracker ballet from the London Coliseum on Thursday, December 9, at 7pm or December 12 at 2pm.

Church Christmas concert

After a delay of 18 months, The Penyard Singers choir members are rehearsing once again, in preparation for their winter concert on Saturday, December 4 at 7pm in St Mary's Church in Ross-on-Wye.

Small Business Craft Fair

Next Wednesday (December 8) the small business craft fair will be held at Tudorville community centre between 10am and 1pm.

The fair will see a wide range of stalls to raise awareness for independent businesses in Herefordshire.