Our First Online Market Night

Like so many things that were cancelled, our plans for a physical Made in Ashford makers market which we had been developing before lockdown were put on hold. It has taken some work, planning and time but we are ready to launch our first online Makers Market. We are going to showcase lots of products from 10 different Made in Ashford businesses. All items in the market will be exclusive lines not available in store, or they will be sale items so you can grab a bargain!

Join the event and get previews of all the goodies on offer from our talented makers here!

The businesses joining us will be:
Aye Aye
Mini Medley
My Tiny Little Studio
Ellabee Crafts
Handmade by Narjleen
Mulberry Glass Art
Mel Smith Designs
Made in Pixieland
Kate Baker Mosaic Muse

Friday 3rd July 7pm - Monday 6th July 11.30pm

The info:

In the week running up to the event we will upload albums containing the market items for you to browse and preview at your leisure. Each business will have their own album and each item for sale will show a price and any additional info.

At 7pm on Friday 3rd July 7pm we will release passwords at 10 min intervals on this event page. Each of the albums/businesses will have their own unique password

To buy an item comment with the password, then send the relevant business a message containing the item/s you wish to buy and your email address so they can invoice you. Please pay this invoice within 24 hours. Items will be sold on a first come basis. All comments are time stamped so we can see who won it, if the invoice is not paid in time the item can be offered to the next customer who commented with the password.

The postage and collect in store info will be different for each business, however, this information will be on the description of their album along with other Ts & Cs which apply to the specific seller.

Thank you so much for getting involved and supporting small, local, creative businesses. We hope you enjoy it and find lots of goodies.


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