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Royal Trinity’s Christmas fair is back for the 12th year

This is not a drill! The festive markets are here! We’re not mad about it. This one’s for Royal Trinity Hospice and is well worth the visit.

On the 15th and 16th November, the Royal Trinity Christmas fair will be back for its 12th year. Held at St Luke’s Church (on Ramsden Road in between Clapham Common and Wandsworth Common) the fair will see over 40 stalls set up shop to showcase their products for you to browse. You’ll be able to find all sorts of goodies from small businesses; stocking fillers, decorations, clothing and candles- this really is the perfect way to whet your holiday shopping appetite. As well as the shopping, there will be a silent auction, an ‘exclusive prize draw’ and charity Christmas cards on sale too.

On the 15th doors will open for a preview evening between 6pm-9pm, and the Wednesday will be a full day of merriment with doors open from 8.30am until 3.30pm. All proceeds from ticket sales, the prize draw, sponsorship from Knight Frank, individual donations and stall holders paying for their “table” (and giving 10% of their takings) will go towards supporting the Clapham Common based Royal Trinity Hospice. They work to provide free specialist and palliative care to people in their homes or at the hospice, for people living within seven London boroughs.

Head down and not only will be able to support this fantastic charity, but you’ll also be able to give yourself a big pat on the back for getting your Christmas shopping underway well ahead of time. Good for you.

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