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Sunday, 16 October 2011

KINGSTON CHRISTMAS CRAFT FAIR 17th November to 2nd January, Kingston Town Centre


Kick off your Christmas shopping in style with a visit to Kingston’s All Saints Parish Church green on the 17th November.  Coinciding with the Christmas Light Switch On, the annual Eden Craft and Gift Fair will open for the festive period, offering their unique gifts from a marquee on the church lawns. 


You will be spoilt for choice by the exhibitors that will be displaying their wares undercover of a large marquee on the green. Amongst the delights on offer, you’ll find fabulous jewellery from Silver Vault, Forever Amber and semi precious stone jewels from Greig Stevens. For a Moroccan twist visit Atlas One and take a look at their unique wooden boxes and bags and Le Petit Company will be displaying their stunning artisan created, decorative fragrance lamps, which make a perfect gift and will transform any room in your home. 


Art lovers will be delighted by the art work, photography, and bronze figurines on offer and if you’re on the hunt for a really unique gift take a look at the Tibetan artefacts and lights available.

Food lovers take note, there will be food for you to try and buy. There will be the tradition mince pies and mulled wine from the café to keep you warm and family run Med Foods will be offering delicious Mediterranean olives, nuts and pastry’s to tempt your taste buds. If you’re a cheese fan, then don’t miss the Lymn Bank Cheeses.  They offer a variety of hand made cheeses from Lincolnshire - which unless you live in that part of the world, you can only purchase online.
 

There is something for everyone at the Christmas Craft Fair this year, so pay them a visit and really get into the spirit of Christmas.

For further information on Eden Craft Markets, visit the web site: www.edencrafts.co.uk.

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