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The Ealing Christmas Market returns to Ealing Broadway Centre

Posted on December 18, 2017 by James

The Ealing Christmas Market returns to Ealing Broadway Centre for its second year on Thursday 23rd November.

The height of Christmas cheer will once again be brought to Ealing Broadway as the beloved festive market returns for one whole month on Thursday 23rd November. The market will be bringing a new and unique shopping experience to West London with popup gift boutiques alongside more traditional Christmas market fayre.

The Ealing market will be decorated in a familiar Christmas setting – each trader will have their own festive wood cabins surrounded by traditional decorations and twinkling lights, creating the perfect seasonal feel. A highlight of the market will once again be The Wonderland Collective. They will host a beautifully decorated cabin featuring luxury and hand designed gifts, many of which you won’t find anywhere else in West London.

Alongside a selection of the more traditional Christmas stalls you would expect at this time of year, there’ll also be a series of weekly popup boutiques from the likes of Wassail & Balter, Siyana, Mala & Bunga and Erskine Rose. Bespoke lighting installations from Chiswick’s Light Fixation will adorn the cabins and also be available to purchase.

There will be something for everyone. Once again, Father Christmas will be making appearances every weekend, and there will be an ice cave adorned with a replica of Ealing landmarks made of gingerbread for  shoppers to enjoy.

Hungry shoppers can stay replenished from a selection of street food stalls selling a range of world foods, including Bratwurst, or rest their weary feet in the covered seating area whilst enjoying a cup of mulled cider.

There is so much to enjoy this year so pick up some unique Christmas presents and make yourself the most popular friend, brother, daughter, parent, or lover in town and head to Ealing for the ultimate Christmas gift ideas.

Notes to Editors:

Date: Thursday 23rd Novmeber – Sunday 24th December

Time: Open daily from 10am

Address: Ealing Broadway Centre, London W5 5JY

Tube: Ealing Broadway

Eat Me Drink Me Biography:

The Eat Me, Drink Me Collective is a collaboration of food, drink and event experts. Brought together by a love of great food and a desire to create something special, we’re bringing free food events and markets to West London and beyond. Alongside more traditional produce and craft stalls, you’ll find some of the best, most exciting street food around. Because at the end of the day, who doesn’t love great food?

Open daily from 10am, starting Thurs 23rd November until Sunday 24th December.

For further information or images please contact:

Chessie Peake

E: chessie@merimancepr.com

M: +44 (0)7584 066074

W: www.merimancepr.com

 

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