Hundreds enjoy Hampstead Christmas market to support older people’s charity

Left to right: Dee Waltham, Gary Jones, Katrina Goldband, Molly Howell and Sassaka Amena. Picture: N

Left to right: Dee Waltham, Gary Jones, Katrina Goldband, Molly Howell and Sassaka Amena. Picture: Nigel Sutton. - Credit: Nigel Sutton

Hundreds turned out for an annual Christmas market in Hampstead to raise money for a charity supporting older people.

The Hampstead Women’s Club hosted its yearly seasonal market at Rosslyn Hill Unitarian Church, in Hampstead High Street, on Saturday between 11am and 4pm.

This year, there were 34 artisan traders selling holiday ornaments, decorations and gifts for the whole family, including children’s clothing, ceramics, cupcakes, home décor, handbags, jewellery, and more.

All the money raised will go to support Age Concern UK, especially the charity’s Henderson Court resource centre, in Fitzjohn’s Avenue, Hampstead, which offers a range of day activities for anyone over the age of 60.


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