Farleigh Hospice Autumn Shopping Extravaganza

Featuring a fabulous range of pop up shops selling boutique clothing, shoes and accessories, handmade cakes and chocolates beautiful arts and crafts, fresh flowers, designer jewellery and so much more.

Thursday 2nd November
10am - 4pm
£2 entry per person
Chanels Estate
Pratt’s Farm, Lane East, Little Waltham.
Chelmsford CM3 3PT

Get ahead with your Christmas shopping or just treat yourself whilst raising money for Farleigh Hospice by visiting our fabulous Shopping Extravaganza.

Held in the stunning Essex Barn on the Channels Estate the event will include a fabulous array of goodies to tempt you. Stay and enjoy morning coffee. lunch or afternoon tea all served in the 14th Century Channels Bar and Brasserie.

Tickets are £2 per person, and includes free entry into a draw to win a “Pamper Hamper”.

This event has been made possible by the kind support of Channels Estate.

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