1. THE VINTAGE & DESIGNER-MAKERS' CHRISTMAS FAIR AT THE GUILDHALL
19th & 20th November
Tea Leaf Reader on the 19th
Bath Bomb Workshops all weekend (click for discount voucher)
Your Christmas Shopping Starts Here!
|Please tell all your friends...you'll have your shopping done by November 21st!|
2. IT'S DARLING! PRESENTS.....
CHRISTMAS HANDMADE FAIR
AT BRADFORD ON AVON
At Jumble Jelly Haberdashery, 10 Silver Street, Bradford on Avon
29th November 12-9pm
2011 has seen an explosion in vintage and handmade events, as the recession inspires everyone to make-do and mend. So it’s appropriate that It’s darling! is also hosting a special Christmas Handmade Shopping Evening at Bradford on Avon’s premiere haberdashery, Jumble Jelly on Silver Street on the 29th November. That’s the evening when Bradford on Avon switches on its Christmas Lights and there will be a Victorian Market in the town too. It’s darling! will be setting up stalls in Jumble Jelly from 12pm-9pm as the town celebrates this special time of year. As with all It’s darling! events, entry is free. Come along and meet the fabulously friendly and knowledgeable Jumble Jelly owners, Debbie and Rox and treat yourself to a mince pie too. If you fancy a festive evening out, this is the place to be.
3. IT'S DARLING PRESENTS....
CHRISTMAS VINTAGE & HANDMADE POP-UP SHOP
Upstairs at The Canary Cafe, Queen Street, Bath
10th December - 16th December
Prohibition Tea Party on the 16th December from 6pm
With so many markets and fairs in the area, shoppers are going to be spoiled for choice especially when the Bath Christmas Market starts in the last week of November. It’s a wonderful event but let's face it, sometimes can get a bit hectic. So why not dodge the crowds and have a nice sophisticated piece of tea and cake in Bath’s hippest new eaterie, The Canary Café on Queen Street, where It’s darling! will be holding a Pop-Up shop upstairs, between 10th-16th December. If you miss either of our first two events this will be a chance to shop in peace and style upstairs with delicious food downstairs and a Prohibition Tea Party on Friday 16th December. What’s not to like?