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London craft event this weekend: Tea and Make Fete

If you don’t mind trekking to the sans-tube no-mans-land that is SE23 – or, of course, if you happen to live nearby already – then I have just the ticket for you this weekend. Tea and Make {a great British fete}, from 11am-5pm at St Saviour’s, Brockley Rise, is a celebration of everything making-and-doing with stalls of beautiful hand-crafted goods for sale, workshops throughout the day and even a coconut shy, all set within the grounds of a beuatiful English church.

The brainchild of stylist Sally Foster and artist Esther Yarnold, the Tea & Make events first sprung up earlier this year as a clebration of locally made crafts and all things make-and-do. If I wasn’t staying in NW6 I’d be there like a bolt!

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