Community| Columbia Road Christmas Wednesdays

December 07, 2018

Community| Columbia Road Christmas Wednesdays

Join us for mulled wine and Christmas carols every Wednesday in December on Columbia Road, London, where over 60+ independent shops and artisan makers located open their doors for the the most festive late-night shopping event of the season!
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From now until Christmas the shops of Columbia Road will be open every Wednesday evening from 5pm to 9pm, brimming with unique gifts. Find everything you need to tick off your Christmas shopping list: stocking-fillers, a Christmas tree, festive decor, all whilst being serenaded by carols singers and sipping on mulled wine.

Avoid the stress of the high street and browse the diverse and eclectic range of carefully sourced products only found on Colombia Road. From artisan jewellers, art galleries, and homeware shops to unique book stores and fashion boutiques, discover gifts for everyone and celebrate the advent of the festive season.

Watch this beautiful video by Jonty Herman for a taster of Christmas Wednesday's on Columbia Road.



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