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Adair and a Berry

Adair UK to participate in the British Red Cross London Christmas Fair

 

On Wednesday 27th and Thursday 28th November, one of The Steeple Times’ favourite homeware brands, Adair UK, are amongst 70 firms participating in the British Red Cross London Christmas Fair.

 

Adair's Rose tablecloth is perfect for the festive season
Adair’s Rose tablecloth is perfect for the festive season

 

Held in The Kensington Town Hall in Hornton Street, Kensington, on Wednesday from 5.30pm to 9pm and on Thursday from 10am to 4.30pm, the fair will be opened by the nation’s favourite baker, Mary Berry CBE.

 

Tickets are priced at £20 including drinks and canapés for the preview evening and £5 on the following day.

 

 

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