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Foyles Christmas Craft Fair

Friday 16th December 2016 10:30am - Sunday 18th December 2016 5pm 107 Charing Cross Road Free Event

Come along to our second Christmas Craft Fair at Foyles, where Level 6 at Charing Cross Road transforms into a festive marketplace.

From hand-made cards to elegant brooches, from deluxe chocolates to ceramic jugs, the festive Craft Fair will feature over 30 exhibitors who can help you find the perfect gift for your loved ones. And if you've already ticked everything off your list, we're sure you'll be tempted to indulge yourself with a delectable selection of gifts, decorations, jewellery and more.

Plus pop along to the launch of the Craft Fair from 5:30pm on Thursday 15th December where there'll be a choir, mulled cider and plenty of mince pies!

The Christmas Craft Fair will be open from 15th - 18th December at the following times:

Thursday 15th December - 5:30pm-10pm Launch Night
We will be serving mulled cider and mince pies. The first 10 people to find the Foyles stall during the night will receive a goody bag.

Friday 16th December 10:30am-9pm

Saturday 17th December 10:30am-9pm

Sunday 18th December 11:30am-5pm

FREE ENTRY - please just come along.

To see the full list of Traders attending, visit our Christmas Craft page



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