Join us for our Christmas Celebration! Thursday 7th December!

Join us on Lambs Conduit Street this Christmas for a day filled with festive cheer, an amazing programme of events and special offers aplenty.

 Within the Dickensian backdrop of this historic street, find a bustling marketplace with a host of rapturous carol singers. At the junction of Rugby Street listen to reading of A Christmas Carol. Spot Alastair Stewart, Mary Nightingale, Tim McInnerny and Jon Snow amongst other notable readers who are giving their time to raise funds for charity, as Dickens did in his time – Coram’s Fields.

You’ll be spoilt for choice with food and drink. Our newest addition to the street La Fromagerie will be offering some magical mince pies and savoie toasties. On the street, chestnuts will of course be roasting on an open fire, helping fill the air with that familiar Christmas smell. The esteemed Noble Rot will keep your thirst quenched with signature mulled wine and grape juice on the street before finishing with Christmas cocktail tipple at The Lamb.

Meanwhile, Oliver Spencer will be offering candle pouring by the amazing natural fragrance and skin care brand Haeckels, plus a special Christmas writing event in store with stationery supremo’s Y Studio. Other sartorial treats include 20% off at Folk, complimentary gift wrapping at Aesop plus, the chance to design your own bespoke Christmas stocking at Susannah Hunter.

 As you mosey past Maggie Owen, marvel at the A Christmas Carol / Victorian themed window display whilst helping yourself to a variety of Dickens themed sweets and ‘What the Dickens’ Rugby Street punch. Next, keeping with the literary theme head to Persephone Books for some smart gift wrapping worthy of the words within it.

 Be sure to buy a ticket at any of the participating stores to be in with a chance of bagging a whole host of prizes such as Grenson Shoes, Ciao Bella hampers and an Oliver Spencer £250 Gift Voucher. The draw will kindly be made on 20th December by resident and friend of the street, Mr Rupert Everett with all proceeds, again, going to Coram’s Fields.

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