Lincolnshire Makers launch brand new Christmas Market!
After two successful years showcasing the best of local talent in venues across the county, the Lincolnshire Makers group take on a brand new space at Springfields Events Centre, Spalding this Christmas!
The Merry Makers Market takes place on Saturday 2nd December 2023 and will celebrate the best local independent makers, food producers, creatives and artists Lincolnshire has to offer. The event is open from 10am-5pm and boasts free entry and free parking for all event visitors.
The exhibition centre will be the largest venue Lincolnshire Makers’ have hosted their events at so far, with over 100 local makers showing their wares this December.
Visitors can expect a wealth of artisans include ceramics, candles, illustrators, artists, woodworkers, jewellers, homewares, decor, accessories and much more. There’s something for every budget when starting your Christmas shopping, whether you are looking for something small or a bespoke gift - speak to select stallholders for custom creations this Christmas.
Food lovers can look forward to cakes, bakes, shortbread, savoury treats, chocolate, jams, chutney, local honey, sauces, vodkas, rum, gin and even treats for your four legged pals on offer!
Come along and join us for a day of Christmas shopping, supporting local independent businesses and makers and even take a selfie with our photo ops and photo booth on site! Children can enjoy free festive colouring sheets in our colouring corner and can even design their own ornaments. Take a moment to enjoy refreshments in the on site cafe and even tie in your visit with the Winter Wonderland Walk light trail in the Festival Gardens.
The Merry Makers Market runs 10am-5pm on Saturday 2nd December, at Springfields Events Centre, Spalding, Lincolnshire PE12 6ET.
Please note: The event information above has been added by the organiser. Whilst we try to ensure all details are up-to-date we do not make any warranty or representation as to the accuracy or completeness of the information shown.
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