To celebrate the venue’s first Christmas, Hackney Bridge boasts an exciting schedule of family-friendly events and activities including weekend and evening markets, vintage kilo sales, kids’ Christmas crafts workshops, wreath-making workshops, a Christmas tree sale and weekly quiz.
If you’ve yet to make it down, the canalside public destination launched earlier this year (we first wrote about it here) on the edge of the Olympic Park close to Hackney Wick.
It’s home to an eclectic mix of local independent enterprises, including an inclusive beauty salon, a skateboard workshop, illustrators, brewers, furniture makers, music producers, social enterprises, charities and more, giving local enterprises the space they need to thrive together.
This autumn the new giant indoor dining hall and bar, Hackney Bridge Kitchens, opened (above). And this month two brand new traders, Caribbean specialists Bakes’ N Stuffingz and smashed patty dons Bovine Burger joined an already impressive line-up of street food traders, which includes Tamila, Filigrillz, Made In Puglia, Hanoi Chay, Rainbo and Simply Hooked.
Hackney Bridge, Units 1-28, Echo Building, E Bay Lane, London, E15 2SJ, more info here
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