Finnish Church Christmas Fair 2015

The London Finnish Church Bazaar packed with presents

Delicious Finnish Food treats being served during the Fair

Delicious Finnish Food treats being served during the Fair

 


The London Finnish Church Christmas event is definitely a popular choice in Christmas. 9200 customers, 3000 sausages, 1500 cinnamon buns, 1300 carelian pies, 30 reindeer hides, 460 jars of plum jam, 50 hours of Christmas songs and much more…so they aim to make this year even better!
Christmas Fair 2015

“You can’t get any Christmassier than a Finnish market, and the annual one held in and around this beautiful modern church in a Rotherhithe cul-de-sac is a delight. Products on sale range from classic Finnish design pieces to more affordable Moomin toys, Christmas cards and of course food – including imported rye breads, gravadlax, Fazer chocolates and strange roundels of squeaky cheese (best served with cloudberry jam).” according to the Time Out magazine.

During the fair you can find live music, Finnish treats from cafeteria and grill and a huge variety of Finnish food and gifts including

  • Finnish food: rye bread, pea soup, mustard, cloudberry jam, coffee etc.
  • Finnish sweets: Fazer chocolate (the best in the world!), salt liquorice etc.
  • Finnish gifts: reindeer hides, Moomin -products, Iittala, Arabia and Pentik

The Fair is open from Wednesday 18th to Sunday 22nd of November and they’ll be taking part in the Scandinavian Christmas Market

 

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