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Etsy Made Local: Christmas Market

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With less than six weeks to go, Christmas is most definitely a-comin' and plans are well underway for the Etsy Made Local Christmas market which will be popping up at Cutlers' Hall in the city centre on 1 and 2 of December.

The free-to-attend, fully accessible market is one of the best loved in Sheff and with more than sixty-five sellers, all of whom paint, create, print and make within a thirty-mile radius of Sheffield, it'll be brimming with handmade goodies and gifts, perfect for treating yourself and your loved ones to something unique and special. There'll also be a licensed bar serving hot and cold drinks and light refreshments, so you can give your feet a rest and enjoy a festive tipple and a mince pie on your way round.

The weekend-long event is organised by the Sheffield Sellers on Etsy team which is a collection of over 500 businesses and micro-businesses from the Sheffield City Region, all of whom support each other and encourage people to buy from local traders, especially at this time of year.

Rob Duffin, leader of the Sheffield Sellers on Etsy team, said "After attracting almost 6,000 people through the door last year, it wasn't a difficult decision to return to the Cutlers' Hall. Both sellers and customers loved being in this fabulous building and it was a huge success."

So be sure to pop it in your diary. We went last year and it's the perfect way to ease yourself into the month of December. The Facebook event is here and you can find out more about Sheffield Sellers here.

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by Now Then Sheffield

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