The Estonian Christmas Fair takes place at St Botolph’s-without-Aldersgate, the Church of England Guild Church in the City of London on Saturday 15th December 2012 from 2pm until 7pm.
The Christmas Fair is organised by the Estonian Guild in London and is an extravaganza of festive celebrations and fun for the whole family. Come and buy some of the best Estonian food and beautiful Estonian design products for Christmas whilst sipping a warming mug of Estonian mulled wine and singing along to Christmas carols.
The event will end with a big Christmas raffle including some fantastic prizes such as dinner for two at the Verru restaurant in the heart of Marylebone where the executive chef and owner Andrei Lesment goes back to his Estonian roots to create an interesting and varied menu merging Baltic and Scandinavian flavours.
This is the perfect place to pick up some special Christmas presents for your family and friends with stalls selling Estonian sweets, traditional Christmas salads and preserves, Estonian premium beer and spirits, including the famous Estonian liqueur Vana Tallinn, delicious mulled wine, rye bread, homemade gingerbread and much more. The Estonian School in London will be selling cakes and Peacock Catering will be serving up traditional Estonian food and snacks.
The fair is generously supported by a range of Estonian food and drink companies including
- Saku, Estonia’s oldest and largest brewery;
- food and wine producer Põltsamaa Felix;
- Estonia’s leading and oldest bread manufacturer Leibur;
- famous producers of spirits Liviko and Altia
- Viiking Goods – Estonian food in the UK
and many local organisations and businesses, including Estonian School in London, London Estonian Society, Estonian Embassy in London, Estonian House in London, Peacock Catering, Estonian newspaper in the UK and many others. All proceeds from the fair and the raffle will go towards supporting the activities of Estonian community organisations in London.
The nearest tube stations are St Paul’s and Moorgate
Opening times: Saturday, 15th December from 2.00pm – 7.00pm