London Caribbean Christmas Fair

Event details

3rd - 4th December 2011
The Kia Oval

About the event

Welcome to our Caribbean Christmas Fairs

Come and enjoy the sounds of laughter and warmth to remind you of the Caribbean. The steel drums will fill visitors with joy and bring in the spirit of Christmas, the Rum Punch will make them want to dance and the stands will have lots of gifts for them to pick up for their loved ones. They will find the stands filled with some fabulous gifts, jewellery, gift baskets, delicious preserves, gifts for him, gifts for the kids, wine, candles & soaps sourced throughout the UK and beyond.

We know that people (women in particular) spend when they are relaxed and have the best choices, so we will bring Caribbean Character, Show offers and Fun to this event. Contact us for a booking form. Don't expect us to have everything shipped in from the sunshine islands, but you will enjoy the fun and music of the Caribbean to get your Christmas off to a cracking start! All exhibitors are asked to dress in Christmas or holiday wear to add to the festive atmosphere.

We will have giveaways, competitions and festive fun for all & Santa will be expected from 12.00pm on Saturday 3rd to excite the children with small goodies. Captain Jack Sparrow will be there on Sunday 4th to excite the ladies and find treasure under the tree with the kids. Visitors will come and take our limbo challenge to win a gift basket of pamper treats and lots of other goodies.

Over 80 exhibitors expected.

We have 50 Christmas Goody bags to give away to the first lucky visitors each day .

Saturday 26th November 10.00am - 6.00pm
Sunday 27th November 10.00am - 4.00pm

Saturday 3rd December 10:00am – 7:00pm
Sunday 4th December 10:00am – 5:00pm 


Attendee Information

Tickets can be booked online for group discount or at the show.

Exhibitor information

Email for a booking form.

Exhibitors please state which fair you are interested in.

Bookings made on first-come, first-served basis. Some categories limited.

Exhibitors asked to wear holiday wear.