Belgravia’s best kept secret, Eccleston Yards, is getting into the festive spirit this month with the launch of its first ever Christmas Market. The venue, which will open on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays over the festive period, will offer food, plants, jewellery and homeware with live music and special events on the calendar, too.
Vendors at the market will include: Coco & Kinney (jewellery),Geraldine London (luxury hair accessories), Aloe My Lovely (plants), Takdinka Noughat (luxurious candy), EMVYA (homeware and scarves), Diggle Chocolates (artisan truffles), The Grosvenor Stationary Company (luxury stationery), Little City Lights (unique Christmas decoration craft sets), One Girl Studios (eco-friendly greeting cards and prints), Maika Spooner (bespoke hand crafted wooden gifts and kitchenware), Elephant Gin (handcrafted premium dry & sloe gin), Oliver & Co (accessories), Ernest Cooper & Wood Co (custom furniture pieces and accessories) and Wickd Wax (organic hand-crafted and 100% vegan candles).
Eccleston Yards opened in late 2018 as part of the wider redevelopment of Eccleston Place. For many years a neglected and soulless part of Belgravia, the street has recently burst into life with a spate of openings, including a men’s clothing store, wellness centre, two restaurants and a coffee shop.
The centrepiece of the redevelopment is undoubtedly Eccleston Yards itself, however. Set around a stunning outdoor courtyard, and with a never ending programme of live festivals and events, the venue is an inviting space to while away an afternoon or meet friends in the evening.
Describing itself as a bold, urban oasis, Eccleston Yards combines a wellbeing hub, coworking environment, fitness centre and restaurant.
And with Victoria Train and Underground Station just a couple of minutes away, the venue is perfectly placed for visitors to Belgravia.
The Eccleston Yards Christmas Market runs from the 4th of December 2020. More information about the event can be found here.
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