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The Pop-Up of the North returns to York House in Malton, North Yorkshire, 19th-21st March. Approximately 20 high end makers from across the UK will come together to create an unparalleled shopping experience in this historic venue.
Exhibitors include: AATE (luxury travel bags), Anna Jeffreys (fabrics & wallpapers), Basil & Ford (screen printed wonders), Bramper Biscuits (handmade, decorated gingerbread biscuits), Eliza Lamb (understated, timeless garments, constructed in natural fabrics), hose. Tights (screen printed tights), Studio Milena Texiles (hand-woven texiles), Little Pipiras (wooden toys designed and made in York), Lost Tea Company (Myanmar tea leaves for drinking and eating), Isabella Lepri (ceramics made with love of colour and texture), Kitty Pennybacker (knitware for the home), Monty’s Accessories (men’s clothing accessories), Nipper (a curated collection of nearly new and vintage children’s clothes), NUE Hoops (bespoke jewellery), Rebecca Udall (bed & table linens made from artisan & heritage manufacturers), Tiger & Flynn (origami-inspired, contemporary papercuts), Trendlistr (inspired by vintage, led by trends; conscious clothing, made in England), Susi Bellamy (luxurious interiors brand selling cushions, wallpapers & accessories), The White T-Shirt Co. (t-shirts designed and made with sustainability in mind), T-K-B Presses (bespoke presses, sustainable art). The Curated Room will host a selection of makers including Alfred The Bespoke (furniture maker), Nicola Sutcliffe (fashion illustrator) and Amy Woodcock (linear wire works).
A drinks reception takes place during the shopping on Thursday 19th March, 5-8pm. Early bird tickets £7.50 per person, £10 on the day (includes drinks).
Friday 20th March, 11.30am
Creating a Conscious Home hosted by Roddy Clarke in conversation with textile specialist Jo Brierley from 36 Bourne Street and expert florist Arthur Parkinson.
The making of a home is one filled with personal stories, memories passed down through generations and a space which represents you. Roddy Clarke looks at the joy of timeless design with Arthur Parkinson and Jo Brierley, discussing antiques, craft and the revival of restoration. Looking at the narratives behind the designs which fill our homes, this conversation seeks to inspire you to make the most of what you already have.
This is a free event, however, please reserve your place by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Saturday 21st March 10am - 5pm shopping.
Bramper Biscuits will host biscuit decorating workshops throughout the day. Open to all ages, young and older! £5 per child/adult.
This event is in aid of the Yorkshire Air Ambulance. For further details: popupolhenorth.com or, contact event organiser Georgie Pridden: email@example.com.
|Adults||£5 - £10|