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Spring Markets - Different Traders Each Day
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Spring Market Craft Workshops
Next month we have some amazing craft workshops in store for you at our Peckham Market on 2nd & 3rd April and our Hoxton Market on 9th & 10th April, so do check out our blog for all the details. Some amazing makers and creatives are getting involved including Pup Tart, IAmAcrylic and Scout Editions, so you won't want to miss out! There will also be lots of workshops at our Brixton market on 28th & 29th May!
March Meetup
Don't forget our next Crafty Meetup is fast approaching!We will be getting together on Tuesday 22nd March from 6.30pm - 8.30pm at The Exhibit, Balham. This month we have teamed up with the London Local Etsy team for a fun gathering of designers, makers and artists. We'd love to see you there, click here for more details!
Tips For Trading at Spring Markets
New to trading and want to get the most out of your Crafty Fox experience? Crafty Fox founder Sinead gives us her top tips on getting the the most out of the Spring Markets, a great read for all of our Spring traders! Check it out on the Resources section of our website here.
Crafty Fox has a new look for Spring!
You may have noticed us rolling out some new look branding over the last few weeks, we have been working with Pui from Scout Editions on a fresh look! Do let us know what you think over on our Facebook, Instagram or Twitter pages!
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