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Come to our Spring Market this Saturday 6th May at Oval Space, Bethnal Green

Bethnal Green market this Saturday 6th May at Oval Space - 11am-5pm - free entry
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This Saturday we are returning to Oval Space in Bethnal Green for a fantastic day of independent shopping, craft workshops, great music and entertainment.

With the help of Lisa Comfort from Sew Over It, we have brought together an amazing selection of more than 75 designer makers, with a range of unique products covering homewares, fashion, accessories and lots more. 

You can also get crafty and join in one of the drop-in workshops - 'Pimp your pouch' with Pup Tart or knit your own statement necklace with I Make Knots.

Don't forget to pick up a copy of our Zine on your way in and check out the matching wall mural in the lobby by Coast Design Studio featuring illustrations by Hannah Rampley. Read more about the zine and wall mural here.

Really looking forward to seeing you there for our first market of 2017!
Take a look at the trader listings, and get started on your wish list!
Oval Space 29-32 The Oval—London E2 9DT (Map)
11am to 5pm, free entry.

Getting there - Nearest Tube - Bethnal Green
Nearest Overground - Cambridge Health / London Fields
For lots more information on this and our other events, head to the Crafty Fox Market website, for more details of the craft workshops and read all about the new zine, visit the blog. Do let us know you are coming and share with your friends on our Facebook Event page. Follow us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook to keep in the loop and hear the latest news.
Can't make the market? Then head to our online shopping directory at www.shoppingwithsoul.co.uk
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