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FLAT IRON SQUARE ANNOUNCES ‘PEBBLEFESTIVE’ THIS WINTER
November 30, 2019 @ 11:00 am - 5:30 pm
After a year of climate change, quite rightly so, at the top of the agenda, you’d be hard pushed to find a better event to quell your eco-anxieties and renew hope this festive season. Back due to very popular demand, pebble magazine’s eco-festival, pebblefest, returns to Flat Iron Square with Christmas bells on as ‘pebblefestive’, promising to kick off your most stylishly sustainable Christmas yet.
Cancel your Black Friday plans in favour of a Conscious Christmas market of over thirty independent traders across fashion, design, food, drink and skincare.
Drop into a fabric wrapping workshop with Wrapaccino to learn the Japanese art of Furoshiki (fabric wrapping) or pick up a second hand Christmas jumper ahead of Christmas Jumper Day from Gold Thrift Vintage, one of the most popular online vintage sellers in the UK.
Christmas market traders include Peckham independent designers collective Doc Cotton (as featured in Vogue), Zola Eve’s collection of gorgeous yoga pant prints, made from recycled plastics, smart baby clothes subscription service Bundlee and Socko’s stylish and limited edition runs made from repurposed yarn that would otherwise have gone to landfill.
Drop into thought-provoking talks such as ‘How To Make It A Leftover Christmas’ or ‘Harnessing The Power of Positive Advertising’ and get on board with everyday ways to make 2020 your year of community activism not ‘clicktivism’
After nailing Christmas shopping for your loved ones in one fell festive swoop, treat yourself to a festive tipple at one of Flat Iron Square’s three onsite bars or drop into the covered street food market for a global selection of delicious street food eats, including some of the best vegan and vegetarian dishes in London.
The antidote to Black Friday on 29th November is surely this very Sustainable Saturday.
Supported by Abel & Cole, Dopper, Too Good To Go, Freedom Brewery and Bagboard, 10% of all ticket sales going to the Marine Conservation Charity