St Christopher’s Hospice presents their Christmas Market on Saturday 16th November, which will be at the Kingsdale Foundation School, Alleyn Park, Dulwich. From 11am until 4pm, there will be festive fun for all the family; with a bouncy castle and lucky dips for the kids, while parents can relax at the prosecco and gin bar.
Stocking up for Christmas has never been this easy. The Christmas Market will host stalls selling baked goods, locally produced wine, craft beer, a range of cheeses and cured meats and even jars of honey from a local beekeeper. Beyond the food stalls, visitors can browse the wide selection of make up and perfumes, handmade soaps, jewellery and much more.
Jo Mowbray, Community Fundraiser at St Christopher’s says, “This year we’re proud to be holding the Christmas Market at a new location in the heart of our community. We’re welcoming in a maker’s market of local craftspeople to celebrate what our community has to offer.”
After ticking a few items off the Christmas list and enjoying the vast array of foodie delights, there will be the opportunity to meet Father Christmas and watch a short pantomime from the St Mark’s Players at 2pm.
Entry is £3 per adult and FREE for under 16s.
The market will run from 11am until 4pm at Kingsdale Foundation School, Alleyn Park, Dulwich, SE21 8SQ.