When I lived in Manchester I went to several Etsy Made Local Events. So when the Worcestershire Etsy Team got in touch to tell me about their up and coming Designer Maker Market I was excited to see Etsy encouraging events in smaller cities.
AD Disclosure: I was kindly asked to share about this event in exchange for a goody bag put together by local crafters.
Sadly I am unable to attend the event itself as I will be up north in York visiting friends. But I wanted to share the details of the Esty Made Local Worcestershire Designer Maker Market with you dear readers. The market is going to be held in the Henry Sandon Hall at the Royal Porcelain Works. Nearby is the Piston Gin School, so you can go buy some local gin for your Christmas celebrations too whilst you’re at it.
The Etsy Made Local Worcestershire Designer Maker Market is a two-day Christmas shopping extravaganza on the 1st and 2nd of December. There’s going to be over 20 local Worcestershire Etsy sellers there showcasing their crafts for you to purchase. I was lucky enough to be sent some items from local crafters that I’ll definitely be looking out for at future events. Although I recognise a few from the Wayland’s Yard Christmas Market from last year!
Entry to the event is free, but as an added bonus, the Worcestershire Etsy Team will be handing out goody bags filled with fabulous handmade items to random lucky shoppers on the hour, every hour. So if the prospect of finding your loved ones something different from an independent seller for Christmas wasn’t enough, you could bag yourself a freebie too!
The market will be in the Henry Sandon Hall, Royal Porcelain Works on:
Saturday 1st December, 10am – 5pm
Sunday 2nd December, 10am – 4pm
Have you been to an Etsy Local Makers Market? Will you be checking out the Worcestershire Etsy Market or one closer to home (find your local one on Etsy)? Let me know in the comments,
P.S. Henry Sandon Hall is located at 3A King St, Worcester WR1 2NX, in the Worcester Porcelain Complex.
P.P.S. AD – I was kindly asked to share about this event on social media in exchange for a goody bag put together by local crafters.