Doughty Street Christmas Market

Date: Thursday 01 December 2016

Time: 16:30 - 21:00

Location: Doughty Street Chambers, 53-54 Doughty Street, London WC1N 2LS

If you would like to join us, please RSVP using the links below.

Please RSVP here.



Doughty Street Chambers is delighted to support local independent businesses exhibiting a range of artisan products and gifts. This unique informal social event is an opportunity to pick up early Christmas presents while networking with friends and colleagues.


Stall holders include:

  • Fisher London - Selling a variety of decorative and domestic objects of social and historical interest.
  • The Leather Lane Flower Stall - Seasonal floristry you can order or purchase such as Christmas holly, spruce & berry wreaths; Christmas trees & decorations. [CASH ONLY]
  • Fine Cell Works - a social enterprise and charity that teaches prisoners the art of fine needlework and embroidery, creating exquisite and original hand-stitched cushions, bags, quilts, Christmas decorations and giftware.
  • Sparkles Jewellery - Bold costume jewellery & accessories for the woman who likes to make a statement! Unique & affordable. [CASH ONLY]
  • Morrows - Supply some of the finest socks made anywhere in the world. Made in England with hand-linked toes. Morrows also supplies scarves, belts, braces and other accessories.
  • Reefknots - Supply handmade printed silk ties, oxford shirts, swim shorts and cufflinks.
  • L'atypique Wines - A small company with a simple idea: wine should be good and enjoyed by everyone.
  • The Changarawe Project - Sells African print textile products produced by Redina Mtei, who lives in Changarawe Village. All profits go towards funding initiatives in Tanzania. [CASH ONLY]
  • The Ottoman Collection - Made up of Kimonos, Robes, Coats, Capes, Jackets, Kurtas, Jellabas, PJ’s and Pendants.


Please RSVP here.


We are limited on capacity on health and safety grounds and once capacity is reached we will have to turn people away.

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