Halstead: Have a creative Christmas at this year's Made-It Market

Halstead Gazette: Visitors at a previous Christmas Made-It market Visitors at a previous Christmas Made-It market

Get your Christmas off to a creative start at this year’s festive Made-It Market.

Saturday will see 25 craftsmen bringing their stalls to the Queens Hall, in Halstead, for the Made-It Market, which is running for the fourth year-running in the town.

This year’s market will have stalls selling a variety of handmade items including textiles, jewellery, toys, dolls, games. decorations plus festive nibbles and cakes.

Sarah Rowden, the market's founder, said: “There is something really special about making things by hand and treasuring high quality craftsmanship, and our event will offer visitors all the inspiration they need to enjoy a creative handmade Christmas this year.”

“We find there is something particularly special about sharing the love and care that goes in to making a handmade gift, and lots of fun in taking home the inspiration found in other peoples creations.”

The market will be open between 10am and 4pm.

Free entry, with workshops running all day and a tea bar stocked with homemade cakes.


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