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Fair Christmas Fayre is London’s longest running ethical Christmas market!

It was created as a way of bringing ethical Christmas gifts to the crowds of shoppers on London’s Oxford Street.

Fair Christmas Fayre is proud to support The Salvation Army International Development UK. Click here to find out more about their work tackling poverty and injustice around the world.

FAIR CHRISTMAS FAYRE 2018

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Meet the Stallholders: Botanical Bliss

Meet Sarah from Botanical Bliss, one of the amazing stallholders joining us at Fair Christmas Fayre 2018. Read on to see what she will be selling at the Fayre on Saturday 1 December… What will you be selling at Fair Christmas Fayre this year? I will be selling natural handmade soap and bath products containing the … Continue reading Meet the Stallholders: Botanical Bliss

Meet the Stallholders: Gold is a Neutral

Ruth from Gold is a Neutral shares what they will be bringing to Fair Christmas Fayre, and why she’s excited for the Christmas season… What will you be selling at Fair Christmas Fayre this year? I’ll be selling clutch bags! At Gold is a Neutral we make beautiful handbags with love and care, from sustainable … Continue reading Meet the Stallholders: Gold is a Neutral

Meet the Stallholders: Off Track Accessories

Jamie from Off Track Accessories shares what they will be bringing to Fair Christmas Fayre on 1st December… What will you be selling at Fair Christmas Fayre this year? We will be selling beautifully designed fashion accessories including bags and purses made from up-cycled tires and bike tubes. We are a Social Enterprise, Off Track … Continue reading Meet the Stallholders: Off Track Accessories

Meet the Stallholders: Lovethatstuff

Meet Lovethatstuff, they’ve been a stallholder at Fair Christmas Fayre for years and we’re delighted to welcome them back once again. Barb shares what Lovethatstuff will be bringing to Fair Christmas Fayre this year… What will you be selling at Fair Christmas Fayre this year? Silk scarves from India, Jewellery from Kenya, Rwanda and Nepal, … Continue reading Meet the Stallholders: Lovethatstuff

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