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5 festive fairs with my hearty welcome!

An autumnal hello to my faithful blog followers! It has been an exciting (albeit hectic) year on the glass-making front co-leading the production team on a stained glass commission with Richard (which I can unfortunately neither show you photos of, nor talk about due to contractual restrictions but I can say it will be very beautiful when it is finished!) Thank you for patiently awaiting my next jewellery boat blog bulletin!

With the festive season fast approaching, I thought I'd let you know where my jewellery and "The Porcelain Menagerie" will be appearing. I've created new porcelain and glass members to join the gang and lined up 5 new and favourite craft fairs as family outings for them all! They're looking forward to meeting you too!

Please read on for details of the lovely fairs to which we have been invited (click on the links for more info) Here's our calendar!

Thursday 15th November: 12-8.00pm

"A tidy band of Makers " Stoke Newington Library Gallery N16 0JS (Free entry, beautifully crafted goods and artworks, late night shopping, activities for small people too!

Sunday 18th November 12 - 5.00pm

Hoe Street Market A festive treasure trove of local designer/makers at the Trades Hall Tower Hamlets Road, Walthamstow E17 4RQ (Free Entry, cheap bar, great food too!)

Saturday 1st December 11-4.00pm

A very merry annual craft fair packed with gorgeous gifts and excellent mulled wine! It takes place upstairs in the Library on Church Lane Leytonstone E11 1HG.

Sunday 2nd December 11-3.00pm

A fabulous showcase of handmade work and stalls by students and tutors. (Free entry)

61 Westminster Bridge Road, London, SE1 7HT

Includes live performances, demos and craft stalls. (To participate in "Morley course tasters" prior booking is essential!)

Saturday 8th December : 10 - 4.00pm

Queen Elizabeth's Hunting Lodge

Rangers Road London E4 7QH (Free entry)

This magical forest fair in wonderfully historic and atmospheric surroundings is bound to make you come over all Christmassy!

Plus, if you want to bring a small person to see Father Christmas and receive a gift you'll need to book ahead:

I am excitedly looking forward to taking part in these enterprising events. They represent ideal opportunities to buy from local craftspeople and designer / makers who as small businesses will be delighted if you choose to "shop local" too, and you'll find original, individual and unique gifts for everyone!

I'll be bringing a selection of my nature-inspired jewellery, glass and porcelain to each one. It would be wonderful to see you and catch up (you know how I like a good natter!) Do come along and say "hello" if you are in the area.

Thank you kind gentlefolk, your ongoing interest, encouragement and support are much appreciated!

Eleanor x

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