Brighton’s Christmas Makers Fair

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Get ready to embrace the festive spirit as Paper Daisy Events bring you an enchanting curated Christmas Makers Fair, where creativity and cheer collide. Join them for a joyful celebration with over 80 local artisans, crafters, creators & foodies, spread across the weekend, who are ready to showcase their unique handmade treasures & designs.
Date: Saturday 26th Nov – Sunday 27th Nov
Time: 11 -4:00 pm
Venue: Wagner Hall, Brighton
What to Expect:
✨ Explore a curated selection of quality one-of-a-kind gifts, home wears, art, fashion, food and decorations, both inside and outside in the secret Fig Tree Garden..
✨ Support local talent and find the perfect presents for your loved ones.
✨ Enjoy a mulled wine, hot chocolate, delicious seasonal treats, and a warm, inviting atmosphere.
✨ Engage with artists and artisans, and learn about their craft and inspiration.
✨ Create unforgettable memories with family and friends in the heart of the winter season.
Partake in a Christmas Wreath workshop in a winter wonderland setting. Book now eventbrite.co.uk/o/bunches-of-sussex-27635486681
FREE Kids Goodie Bag & photo opportunity with everyone’s favourite snowman!
Share the festive spirit by inviting your friends and family to this delightful event. Let’s come together to celebrate the magic of Christmas and support our local creative community.
Admission is free, and all ages are welcome.
Mark your calendars and get ready to experience the enchantment of our Christmas Makers Market. We can’t wait to celebrate with you!
See you there, with jingle bells on!

Wagner Hall, 2 Regency Road, Brighton, East Sussex BN1 2RU, United Kingdom. 07862046548. paperdaisyevents.co.uk

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