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The Best Local Christmas Fairs

There are so many wonderful fairs planned for this month and next, I hope that we have brought you the details of the best!

Thursday 23 November: The Charter School Christmas Fair
The Charter School will be holding its annual Christmas Fair on Thursday 23rd November from 5.30pm to 8.30pm. Local Artists and Designers will be selling their work including gorgeous vintage jewellery, handmade scarves and accessories, limited edition prints and homewares as well as greetings cards and Christmas cards. The perfect opportunity to pick up an original Christmas gift. Fair will be held at The Charter School Red Post Hill , SE24 9JH , Entrance £1 for adults, kids free.

Saturday 25 November: Love West Dulwich Christmas Fair
11.00am – 4.00pm. The Love West Dulwich Christmas Fair will take place on Park Hall Road, Croxted Road and Rosendale Road in West Dulwich, SE21. It promises to be a fun day for the whole family and a chance to get your Christmas shopping all wrapped up, whilst supporting the areas wonderful local businesses.

Saturday 25 November: St Augustine’s Great Autumn/Christmas fair
11am -3pm. Free entry. Lots of stalls including Jewellery, Craft, Food, Cakes, Toys, Bric a Brac, Jams and Pickles and much more. An ideal start to the festive season. St.Augustines Church,One Tree Hill,Honor Oak Park SE23 3LE. Website augustineonetreehill.org.co.uk

Saturday 25 November: Christmas Fair at Forest Hill Methodist Church
10.30am-2-15pm. Normanton Street SE23 2DS. Raffle, Tombola, Fairtrade and stalls. Lunch, refreshments and home made cakes. Entrance 50p, children 20p, under 5’s free. Private tables for hire £10 each, ring Church Office on 020 8291 6996.

Saturday 25 & Sunday 26 November: Havelock Walk Winter Weekend
12 – 6pm. Art studios, craft stalls, music, food and lot of fun! Forest Hill SE23.

Sunday 26 November: Dulwich College Christmas Fair
10.30am – 4 pm. An exciting, fun-filled and enjoyable with approximately 160 stalls, selling fantastic and diverse products to meet everyone’s taste. Dulwich College, Dulwich Common SE21 7LD. www.friendsofdulwichcollege.co.uk

Saturday 2 December: St John’s Christmas Fair
11am until 3pm at St. John’s Church, East Dulwich Road, SE22 9AT. Admission Free! Please join us for a truly festive fair to start getting you in the mood for Christmas. There will be lots to enjoy:

  • Santa’s grotto
  • Games and activities for children
  • A range of stalls for your Christmas shopping
  • Christmas decorations
  • Mulled wine and mince pies
  • Soup and other refreshments
  • Bubbly roulette and other attractions
  • Christmas carols
  • Festive music by Opal Flutes and brass band
  • And more besides!

Saturday 2 December: East Dulwich Christmas Cracker
East Dulwich will be the place to be on when the fabulous Christmas Cracker returns supported by Southwark Council and presented by the Dulwich Festival. Now in its sixth year, the 2017 East Dulwich Christmas Cracker will offer even more to get everyone in the festive spirit. This year’s street festival programme will include an exciting array of entertainment from local bands, choirs and performance groups, exclusive offers from the fantastic local traders, a wonderfully seasonal North Cross Road market with tempting gifts and delicious festival food and the return of the delightful Children’s Christmas Treasure Hunt. This year will see the advent of an art trail with local artists exhibiting throughout spaces in Lordship Lane and beyond. The East Dulwich Christmas Cracker will take place throughout the area from 11am to 5pm. Make a date in your diary to come along and join in the festive fun! The East Dulwich Christmas Cracker is part of the Southwark Presents programme, funded by Southwark Council with contributions from local traders and produced by Dulwich Festival.

Saturday 9 December: Dulwich Craft and Design Fair Events
10am – 5pm. St Barnabas Village Hall, Dulwich Village, SE21 7BT. Admission: Adults £2.50, Children under 18: Free. Concessions £1.50/with flier £1.50. Refreshments available.

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