Crafts, music, food and festive fun are set to bring Christmas spirit to Greenwich Peninsula at the area’s first Makers’ Market .
The three-day event hopes to entice shoppers with the work of 18 craftsmen specialising in everything from ceramics to jewelry and leather goods from Friday, December 11.
Staff from nearby Craft London will be on-hand to take orders for bespoke Christmas hampers.
These can be crammed with goodies including Neal’s Yard cheeses, Gosnells Mead and Christmas cakes from Violet’s bakery, with a price tag of £20.
The business will also be showcasing its range of jams and coffee.
Meanwhile visitors can get hands-on with wreath-making sessions and little ones will be able to take part in a variety of activities.
There will also be mince pies and mulled wine as well as music from jazz musician Harry Christelis throughout the weekend.
The free event is a collaboration between NOW Gallery, Crafts Council and Woolwich’s Second Floor Studios and Arts.
Various times, December 11-13, free, Greenwich Peninsula, The Gateway Pavilions, Greenwich.
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