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Winter Street Food & Makers Market on Sunday 12th November 2017
Come, join us to meet and shop exclusively with very talented, original and unique artists, craftsmen, designers and specially selected local traders as Paper Daisy Events take over the Brighton Open Market. Alongside the usual permanent traders and cafes we have up to 50 stalls so this event will give you the opportunity to support up to 100 unique, local small businesses! All of traders have been specially selected to give you a great variety of quality products and gifts for everyone from fashion( men's, women's, children's), jewellery, gifts, crafts, stocking fillers, art, vintage and home interiors. There really is something for everyone! Check our website/Facebook for more info on traders. But not just a shopping trip, you will also be able to grab some tasty Street Food from our regular traders Aunty Bunny's Hut offering some very tasty Jerk Chicken & Paella, Rosina Makes with her vegan delights, Barwood BBQ and Connie & Cooper with their delicious cakes and savoury bakes! To entertain you there will be continuous Live music showcasing some of the very best local professional musicians. And of course not forgetting Christmas is only weeks away, so Santa will be making an appearance in his grotto- so make sure those little ones get in early and have a little chat with him 😉 we have a lovely face painter too. A lovely day out for all the family and your opportunity to do some early Christmas shopping, with some very unique gifts, away from the high street and supporting your local independent Makers and traders. Free Entry, all welcome, dog friendly 🎄
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