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London’s longest running ethical Christmas market is back on Oxford Street

4 December 2017 - 10:30am
| by Elly

Fair Christmas Fayre, now in its tenth year, will take place on Saturday 9th December at Regent Hall Salvation Army.

The Fayre will include unique stalls selling eco-friendly, Fair Trade, upcycled, recycled and charity gifts as well as fashion. Fair Christmas Fayre gives shoppers a chance to create a Christmas for themselves that is fair for the world’s poorest people and the planet.

Fair Christmas Fayre is being held on a popular Saturday for Christmas shoppers at The Salvation Army on Oxford Street, just a few metres west of Oxford Circus. The Fayre is open from 11am-6pm and provides an ethical alternative to high street shopping in the run up to Christmas.

Amongst the products on sale from ethical suppliers and producers will be a range of organic fashion items, contemporary jewellery and vegan friendly knitwear.

A spokesperson from The Salvation Army's International Project's Office, said: 

“We are delighted to be organising Fair Christmas Fayre this year, once again bringing together a rich variety of ethical traders selling eco-friendly, Fair Trade and recycled gifts and fashion. The Fayre is a great opportunity for shoppers to buy some high quality Christmas goodies, whilst also making a difference to the lives of others.”