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Peckham Markets this weekend

Take a trip to Peckham this weekend
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Clf Art Cafe, The Bussey Buidling, 133 Rye Lane, Peckham, SE15 4ST
Saturday 12 & Sunday 13 December, 11am - 5pm
Free Entry. Different traders each day! Click the days above to view listings for all 100+ traders. 

Our friends at Pexmas are also running a market this Saturday, outdoors at Warwick Gardens in Peckham. Make a day of it & visit both! 

Kitten tree topper by Garudio Studiage
Gift Guides 
Our markets are packed full of brilliant products and sometimes it can be a challenge to narrow down exactly what you need. Here are two quick gift guides for the guys and the teens. You'll find more great gift guides on our blog
Gift ideas for Guys: L-R: Pattern Guild, Daniel Darby, Kate Broughton, Vinegar & Brown Paper, Kate Temple, Lucy Loves This, Jimbobart.
Gift ideas for teens: L-R: Hello Harriet, Rosa and Clara Designs, Designosaur, Finest Imaginary, Hello DoDo, From NicLove, Pygmy Cloud, Mica Peet, I Am Acrylic, Iwishiwasa...., Dakota Rae Dust, OhNoRachio
Geffrye Museum - Night Market
Thurs 17 Dec, 4-9pm
Free Entry

65+ stalls, mulled wine, DJs, print your own wrapping paper with Zeena Shah & soak up the festive atmosphere. 

Click here to browse the stalls. 

The Geffrye is a museum of the home which can be found at 136 Kingsland Road, E2 8EA

Picture: Geffrye Museum by Little Paper Vee
Congratulations to Miranda Whitby who won our 5th Birthday giveaway
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