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Clissold Park Christmas Market

Event Date(s)

20/12/2017 - 23/12/2017 - 4 day(s)

Information For Trader/Participants

Our third Christmas in Clissold Park following the warm reception that the inaugural event received in 2015. Our market stalls, Children's rides and seating area will take position on the hard standing area adjacent to the historic Clissold House in the heart of the park.

Information For Visitors

Four days of festive fun in the run up to Christmas. Great atmosphere with plenty on offer to entertain the whole family.

The Clissold Park Christmas Market now in its third year following the launch in 2015. A similar format with stalls, rides, slides, and stage with live music on the Clissold House cross roads at the heart of the park. Plenty of mulled wine and food from pop up kitchens to keep the cold out and spirits high together with a communal seating area to eat, drink and chat with friends and family.

Residents of Stoke Newington will know how popular the park is as a community hub and meeting place, but if you haven't been to Clissold Park yet, we recommend that this Christmas might be the ideal time to get acquainted with its charm and vibrancy.

Interesting Facts About The Venue

Clissold House (formerly Paradise House) was built, in the latter half of the 18th century, for Jonathan Hoare, a City merchant, Quaker, philanphropist and anti-slavery campaigner. (His brother, Samuel, half-brother of Sir Joseph Hoare Bt, was one of the founders of the Society for Effecting the Abolition of the Slave Trade.) The park was created to be his idyll, and the stretch of water which wends its way around the house was once part of the New River, a canal that supplied London with clean water from Hertfordshire.

After 1811, the estate passed, via the Crawshaw family to Augustus Clissold; but, when he died in 1882, developers closed in, and activists John Runtz and Joseph Beck (members of the Metropolitan Board of Works) who convinced the authorities to open it as a public space in 1889. A fountain was erected in 1890 commemorating them; later, the park’s two wildlife ponds were named after them too. As 'Beckmere' and 'Runtzmere

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