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Stoller Artisan Market

  • Saturday 7 December 2019, from 10am
  • The Stoller Hall
  • Free

This year The Stoller Hall will be hosting our very own Artisan Market, just in time for Christmas!

With a range of work available from local artists and craftspeople, and students from Chetham’s School of Music serenading us with festive tunes, it’s a warm, dry, covered place to get your seasonal gift shopping completed.

Our friendly bar staff will be serving tea, coffee and mulled wine all day, and seasonal snacks to keep us warm, so please do join us for this inaugural event.

If you are interested in featuring and selling your work at the Artisan Market, please email us by 30 September with a short description of what you would like to feature, along with any links to social media that you might like to point us to. We will contact everyone after this date to confirm whether or not you have been successful in your application

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