Cornwall’s largest and most vibrant Christmas Fair returns to the Eden Project next month, helping ensure that Macmillan can continue to provide invaluable care and support for Cornwall’s cancer patients.

For two days in November (15-16),  the Eden Kitchen, will play host to a sparkling selection of Christmas gifts, decorations, home accessories, clothing, jewellery, skin care, food and drink.

With the organisers purposefully rotating stallholders every year, there will be something to suit every taste and budget, with some stalls making their first ever appearance in Cornwall.  The added bonus is that all stallholders donate 15% of takings to Cornwall Macmillan.

The biomes will be lit green to mark the opening of the Fair on Wednesday November 15 and will stay lit throughout the course of the preview & shopping evening.

“The fair is about far more than Christmas shopping and revelry,” said co-chairman, Kate Holborow.

“Now in its 26th year and organised by a team of volunteers, the event has become a lynchpin for raising invaluable funds, all of which go direct to Cornwall Macmillan.  Little did our fair founder and past president, Lady Mary Holborow, know what she was setting in motion when she hosted the first Macmillan Christmas Fair in her own home all those years ago.”

Opening times and ticket prices:

Wednesday, November 15 Preview & Shopping Evening (5pm-9.30pm) – £25 (includes wine and supper)

Thursday, November 16 (10am-4pm) – £15 (includes admission to Eden, a light lunch and a glass of wine/soft drink)

For more information and to buy tickets, click here.