Charity to host first ever Christmas market at hotel in St Albans

PUBLISHED: 10:12 23 November 2018 | UPDATED: 10:12 23 November 2018

Himalayan salt lamps of the like which will be on sale at the Christmas market at Aubrey Park Hotel. Picture: Himalayan Wellbeing

Himalayan salt lamps of the like which will be on sale at the Christmas market at Aubrey Park Hotel. Picture: Himalayan Wellbeing

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A charity is hosting its first ever Christmas market at a hotel in Redbourn.

iPad art of the like which will be on sale at the Christmas market at Aubrey Park Hotel. Picture: Ellies ipad Art (cards and prints)iPad art of the like which will be on sale at the Christmas market at Aubrey Park Hotel. Picture: Ellies ipad Art (cards and prints)

There will be 25 stalls selling a variety of gifts at The Hospice of St Francis’ first ever yuletide market, including handcrafted jewellery, vintage books, ipad art, children’s clothes, toys, Himalayan wellbeing salts, and animal treats.

Children can get stuck in with festive crafts and adults can try their hand at wreath making.

Any notes to Santa Claus can also be sent to the North Pole from a special postbox at the event - each letter will receive a personal response before Christmas.

Head of community fundraising at the hospice, Lucy Hume, said: “We are really excited about our first ever Christmas market. It’s the perfect opportunity to pick up gifts and treats for loved ones and, with children’s crafts to keep the little ones busy while you browse the stalls, there should be something to keep everyone happy.”

Jewellery of the like which will be on sale at the Christmas market at Aubrey Park Hotel. Picture: Lets be Cats JewelleryJewellery of the like which will be on sale at the Christmas market at Aubrey Park Hotel. Picture: Lets be Cats Jewellery

It will take place at Aubrey Park Hotel from 10am to 4pm on December 1. Entry is £2.


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