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TOMORROW: SAT 2ND JUNE, 11-5
Mercato Metropolitano (Map
42 Newington Causeway, SE1 6DR
Tube: Elephant & Castle / Borough
Free Entry

It's time for our monthly market at Mercato Metropolitano! We are back with a whole new line-up of traders, a glitter brooch making workshop with PupTart (Free, 11am-2pm) and lots of delicious food and drinks! Check out the line-up HERE
SAT 9th & SUN 10th June, 11-5
Kindred Studios (Map
18 Saltram Crescent, W9 3HW
Tube: Queen's Pk / Maida Vale
Free Entry

For the first time, Crafty Fox Market will be in West London at the beautiful Kindred Studios. Find the market on the TOP FLOOR in the light-filled gallery space.
Our market forms part of the wider OPEN STUDIOS event so you can see the studios of more than 175 artists who are based there as part of your visit. The Crafty Fox DJs will be spinning all day and there will be lots of workshops and craft demonstrations to enjoy alongside the stalls. You will find a cafe on the ground floor next to the community garden. There are different traders each day. Click HERE for Sat 9th and HERE for Sun 10th. 
Looking for unique gifts? Check out our trader directory at www.shoppingwithsoul.co.uk. We have recently added lots of new makers - here are just a few.... 
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