Christmas is almost upon us and Crafty Fox Market is back and better than ever – hosting a festive pop-up market this weekend in Kings Cross. Collaborating with Canopy Market, Crafty Fox Market stalls will be found dotted around existing stalls, this (free!) event is a must-see this December!
West Handyside Canopy
Nearest Tube: Kings Cross St. Pancras
Opening Hours: Fri 7th: 12-8pm | Sat 8th: 11am-6pm | Sun 9th: 11am-6pm
Crafty Fox Market embraces the uniqueness of indie designers and creators. From ceramics to succulents, there’s bound to be a stall for everyone! There will also be festive food stalls accompanied by mulled wine and live music, so why not indulge on a glass of mulled wine with Christmassy music in your ears?
Canopy Market will feature fifteen exciting market stalls from Crafty Fox Market, featuring festive-friendly gifts, like Rose Brown’s knitwear (pictured above) perfect for a (typical)wintery present this Christmas! There will also be the likes of Kindred + Wild selling organic skincare, and uniquely designed crockery from 2 Hungry Bakers – it’s safe to say the options are endless this weekend! For a full list of traders who will be set up and ready to rumble, feast your eyes upon the list here.
Alongside these exciting pop-up markets, you can also explore the wonders Canopy Market has to offer, such as their fresh produce, craft beers, coffee and heartwarming treats perfect for any foodie! For those interested in art and design the market will feature exciting talks and workshops from the Design Museum, so be sure to drop in and check those out.
If the idea of Christmas shopping is daunting you, then why not visit Canopy Market down in Kings Cross? Including all kinds of festive-friendly gifts for your nearest and dearest, courtesy of Crafty Fox Market. Or just come on down for some mulled wine and a good time!
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