Christmas is coming to the Hope Street Quarter with a fantastically festive day out for all the family! Blackburne House and our wonderful staff will play host to over 50 arts, crafts and vintage stalls offering visitors the finest in unique, hand crafted festive gifts alongside delicious locally produced cakes, patisseries, jams and preserves.

Saturday 26th November 11am to 5pm

In the Conservatory, the Children’s Christmas area will entertain children with festive themed workshops by Craft Creative and face painting provided by Visage Design. Craft Creative workshops will include making Christmas pudding chocolate truffles and Christmas tree decorations for the kids to get creative.


Downstairs in The Health Place, shoppers can indulge in holistic therapy taster treatments or browse the health and wellbeing stalls showcasing Christmas gift ideas and natural beauty products. Aromatherapy workshops led by Carly Aromatherapy will teach how to make relaxing Scented Bath Bombs or Detox Body Scrub (in the New Year).

The Christmas on Hope Street Fair is also the only family-friendly Movember event in Liverpool, raising vital funds for and awareness about men’s health needs. We will be running our very own Movember Contest offering everyone the chance to show off their brand new facial furry friends …and raise extra cash for their ‘tache!

Outside Blackburne House, the Outdoor Market will be showcasing some of the area’s award winning and unique eateries including 60 Hope Street, The London Carriage Works and The Quarter. Visitors can warm up with festive mulled wine,spiced cider, Christmas cakes and sticky puds while searching for a wonderfully unique Christmas present!

Christmas performances will be provided by the Together Pop Choir, the Port Sunlight Lyceum Brass Band, local steam punks The Dismembered Empire and many more. Shiverpool will be keeping up that fantastic English Christmas tradition of telling creepy ghost stories around the fire. And last but not least, Ron will be bringing the donkeys.

For more information see The Christmas on Hope Street Fair Facebook group.

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