There’s less than one month to go until the Eden Project welcomes back Cornwall’s most vibrant Christmas Fair (Nov 10-11).
This year marks 30 years since the first Cornwall Christmas Fair was hosted at founder Lady Mary Holborow’s home. Over that time more than £780k has been raised for Cornwall’s charities. All funds raised in 2021 will go to support the Cornwall Community Foundation.
For two days in November, the Eden Link Building will play host to an array of Christmas gifts, home accessories, ethical fashion, beachwear, jewellery and skincare, and a diverse and delectable range of artisan food and drink produce in the Ginsters Food Hall. Significantly, the stallholders – some of whom will be making their first appearance in Cornwall – donate 15% of all takings to Cornwall Community Foundation.
Christmas Fair co-chair, Kate Holborow, said: “The Cornwall Community Foundation was right at the forefront in supporting vulnerable Cornish communities when Covid-19 hit and we are delighted to be adding our support as the vital re-building work begins in our communities.
“This Fair is organised by a brilliant team of volunteers and owing to the support of generous sponsors, we ensure that all funds raised go straight to support our struggling Cornish communities.”
Tickets on Thursday November 11 (10am – 4pm) cost £15 and include free admission to Eden, a light lunch offering a choice of Ginsters’ hot pasties and slices or a soup homemade by Eden, and a glass of wine/soft drink.
Tickets for the Preview & Shopping Evening the day before (5pm-9pm) cost £28 and include supper and wine.
For more information and to buy tickets, click here.