Come and join in North End Road’s Christmas fun

Everyone’s invited to join our fantastic festive celebrations in North End Road on Saturday 17 December from 10am to 5pm.

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Pictured from left to right are Cllr Ben Coleman, H&F Mayor Emma Apthorp, Cllr Sharon Holder and Rebekah Paczek, Director of Public Affairs and Community Relations at the Earls Court Development Company, viewing the North End Road Christmas lights

Everyone’s invited to join our fantastic festive celebrations in North End Road.

On Saturday 17 December, the North End Road Christmas Market will run from 10am to 5pm, with more than 150 stalls, live music, street entertainment and, of course, a visit from Santa himself. The street will be entirely pedestrianised from St John’s Church to Walham Grove.

Alongside the traditional market stalls selling fresh fruit and veg, booths to browse will include Bead Sew Crafty, Pablita UK, Wild We Remain, Pretty Bee Fresh, Shades of Blackness and Marmalisa.

“Our annual North End Road Christmas Market is always a lot of fun and I’m delighted we’ve been able to bring it back after Covid,” said Cllr Ben Coleman, Deputy Leader of Hammersmith & Fulham.

“Small businesses and charities from across our borough and beyond will be offering masses of food, drink and gifts, and there’ll be loads of free entertainment for everyone. Come and join us!”

If you want to check out some of Fulham’s home-grown musical talent, don’t forget to stop by the live music stage.

Acts performing will include the Linking Hands Choir, Steel Pan Trust, Soul artist Kaiya MaxfieldSt John’s Fulham Schola Cantorum, DJ Piper, and fan favourite PJ of Memphis Madness.

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Energy-saving LED Christmas lights running along Lillie Road

Festive Fulham lights

The historic Fulham market street has also been decked out in energy-saving Christmas lights at no cost to residents.

The lights, travelling down North End Road and along Lillie Road, will run from 4pm to midnight every day.

Levelling Up

All the bulbs are LED, using 80 per cent less energy than conventional light bulbs. They are being funded by the Earls Court Development Company and the UK Shared Prosperity Fund (UKSPF), part of the UK government's Levelling Up Agenda.

Spreading Christmas illumination across Fulham, The Fulham Broadway BID is also funding lights along Fulham Road and a Christmas tree in Jerdan Place, and lights are going up in Wandsworth Bridge Road in collaboration with the Wandsworth Bridge Road Association.

Wandsworth Bridge Road Christmas weekend

On 10 and 11 December Wandsworth Bridge Road held their Christmas weekend, with special offers on great gifts as well as live music at Bridge Baker, festive delicacies at the Bonbon Deli’s winter hut and Planet Plenty’s hamper raffle.

Please see the Wandsworth Bridge Road Association website for more details.

“Big thanks to all residents, partners and funders who are helping to make this a festive Fulham Christmas,” said Cllr Coleman.

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