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Winter Street Food and Makers Market brings festive spirit to Brighton this Sunday!

Winter Street Food and Makers Market brings festive spirit to Brighton this Sunday!
Hannah Midgley
  • On November 23, 2018
  • http://www.brightonjournal.co.uk

Calling all creatives, foodies, and shoppers alike! The first Christmas Market of the festive season is opening at the Brighton Open Market this Sunday (November 25) to welcome the one month countdown to the big day!

 

This Sunday, the Open Market will be host to Paper Daisy’s Christmas event for a second year running, after a huge success from their previous event last November.

 

Visitors can expect live music, handcrafted gifts, delicious street food from local vendors and even a magical visit from Santa and his Christmas elves for the younger ones to get involved in the festivities. Organisers say that all of their Street Food regulars, such as This Fine Days, East Sussex Hog Roasts, Connie & Cooper and Seashore Bakes will all be offering vegan options!

 

100 local traders share their magic this Christmas

Organisers of the Street Food and Makers Market have hand-picked some of the very best artists, designers and makers across Sussex. The Market supports local creatives and makers as well as the regular independent traders at the Open Market. Whether you want to get a kickstart on your Christmas shopping, or simply want to support some of the many independent Brighton businesses that help the markets thrive – the option is open to you this Sunday!

 

 

At this family friendly event, entry is not only free, but children can expect very special guests Elsa and Olaf to join Santa and his Elves!

 

Brighton Open Market, Marshall Row (between London Road and The Level), BN1 4JU All under cover and easily accessible by bus routes.

Parking available at nearby Brighton Met College, London Rd Car Park, Vantage Point Car Park, Trafalgar Street Car Park.

 

Featured image credit: Susanne Nilsson

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