So This is Christmas - 6th December 2015
2nd December 2015
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About The Fairy Tale Fair:


“So This is Christmas” is bought to you by The Fairy Tale Fair which is a well established and well loved craft fair from Brighton. Launched in 2012 in Patcham, Brighton it has continued to grow and build a loyal following of stall holders and customers. Our social following is now at 10,000 across all social channels. In summer 2014 we launched our new site and Christmas 2014 saw our expansion into central Brighton, and since then we haven’t looked back.


About St Barnabas House:


First opened in 1973 by a local anaesthetist, Dr Francis Gusterson. St Barnabas is a charity which provides specialist palliative care to adults with advanced progressive life-limiting illnesses, both within the hospice and in the comfort of patients’ homes.

Their services include: 20 bed In-Patient Unit, Day Hospice with 18 places, Community Palliative Care Team, Family Services Team Education Department, Hospice at Home. Patients are never charged for their care. They provide great work and care each and everyday. Find out more at:



When and where:


The Charmandean Centre, Sunday 6th December.

Forest Road, Worthing, West Sussex, BN14 9HS. 10.30am – 4pm.


Who and What:


We accept high quality designers and makers. We also welcome good vintage sellers. We favour local Sussex makers as we like to support the community. We are now full for stalls but will take emails for the waiting list.


The Fairy Tale Fair is run by Claire Montgomery, a designer and maker herself, she also takes part in the fair with her whimsical themed laser cut jewellery ( 


The Northbrook Friends of St Barnabas group are also helping to organise the fair. They volunteer their time to raise funds for the hospice and are committed to making the fair a great success. 


Number of Stalls:

There are over 65 stalls. There will also be beauty treatments, face painting, a cafe and cake stalls, a raffle, live performers and lots of magical extras.

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