To get you into the festive spirit, there is plenty going on across Hackney and De Beauvoir Town this December.
On Saturday 4th December, the popular De Beauvoir Christmas shopping trail returns, which will see local businesses, organisations and individuals selling a range of festive delights from their driveways and front gardens.
Stalls will be open from 11am to 3pm, with the crypt at St Peter’s Church open until 4pm, where there will be a range of sellers showcasing their wares. Plus, there will be carol singing outside the Church at 1pm, and at the Scolt Head at 2pm.
The street food and small business market in Hackney, Bohemia Place Market, is hosting weekly Christmas markets every Friday, Saturday and Sunday until 19th December. This includes a Christmas night market from 4pm to 10pm on 10th December, and a vegan Christmas night market on 17th December.
Featuring artisan goods, unique gifts, sustainable style, craft workshops, festive food, and mulled wine, it will be sure to get you feeling festive.
For all the details, visit https://bohemiaplacemarket.com/welcome.
The community garden on King Henry’s Walk will open its gates for a Winter Fair on Saturday 11th December from 11:30am to 3:30pm.
Featuring live music from local performers, wreath making and other crafts, mulled wine and mince pies, children’s games, and a tombola, as well as plenty of homemade eats and treats, families can also enjoy a visit to St Nicholas.
Visit https://khwgarden.org.uk/event/winter-fayre-2021/ to find out more, including details of their tree decorating competition.
Banner photo @BohemiaPlaceMarkets