The Winter Market is bringing some festive joy to St Margaret’s House with our range of stalls including vintage clothing, hand-made jewellery, christmas cards, bathroom products, candles and much more.

Happening in our hall on December 9th from 11AM-4PM, the market is also supporting the charity WISH, with the £2 entry fee going towards this national, user-led charity that works with women with mental health needs in prisons, hospitals and the community.

Paying your entry fee is not the only way to donate to this great cause either. If you want to donate more, just choose your amount and follow the ‘Text Giving’ information here: Text ‘MRKT17 + amoun’t to 70070 (e.g. MRKT17 £3, MRKT17 £10 etc)

It’s also a Winter Market with a difference as all our sellers have an ethical approach to their craft. The products are also affordable, with a large amount being priced between £5-£10.

As well as all our amazing stalls, we’ve got some brilliant classes happening that day. At The Create Place, there will be a Herbal Blessings Clinic run by Rabiah Mali from 10AM-12:30PM. Join Rabiah to learn how to make your own medicinal herbal balm and tea blend, which makes a perfect gift for your loved ones – or a pamper present for yourself! Book on to the class here.

There will also be a Botanical Illustrations workshop run by Joanne Roberts from 2PM-4PM. Take the chance to focus on natural plants that come alive in the winter in this calming workshop. Bookings can be made via email.

You can also pop down to Yoganest to take part in a Structure and Flow yoga class from 1PM-2PM. Get to know your body and how it works as you learn to let go and connect with your breath in this relaxing class. Or, if you want to get in the festive spirit, settle down in our Gallery Cafe with a mulled wine.

Find out more about the East London’s only ethical & fundraising community market

 

If you also want our support promoting your business or organisation in Bethnal Green, email us: bethnal.green@oxfordhouse.org.uk

Funded by Tower Hamlets Council
Supporting our High Streets and Town Centres