Under The Sea Children's Day

Under The Sea Children’s Day

About Children’s Day:

On Friday 24th July Brighton Open Market will be taken on an underwater adventure. The day is a non profit making event co-organised by Brighton Open Market and The Fairy Tale Fair. It is designed to bring new visitors to the market and give families an opportunity for a low cost day out during the summer holidays.

When and where:

Brighton Open Market, Friday 24th July, 10.30am – 3.30pm
(Marshalls row, London Road, BN1 4JU.)

Under the Sea Children’s Day

The Fairy Tale Fair are excited to have been asked to curate the first Children’s Day of the Summer at Brighton Open Market on Friday 24th July.

The day is going to be Under the Sea themed and will feature local sellers, workshops, free craft stations, free face painting, a treasure hunt, prizes, films, a visit from the Sealife centre and lots more.

Also the kids can have lots of fun on our bouncy castle, soft play area and have a go on giant connect 4 with Derek the dolphin.

Plus the permanent shops and cafes will be getting into the theme with special products and cafe menus for the day.

We’ve also got colour in goody bags (provided by Kallikids) for the first 100 visitors, competitions and prizes to be had too! Children are welcomed to come along dressed as a mermaid, pirate or their favourite sea creature or character.

Entry to the market is free and its fully undercover so you’ve no need to worry about the weather. The event will run from 10.30am to 3.30pm and is for this one day only so don’t miss it! Great opportunity to keep the kids amused for little expense during the holidays.

We have a small number of stalls available for local makers at special prices. Your products should be for or inspired by children. Please email thefairytalefair@gmail.com for more details.

About The Fairy Tale Fair:

The Fairy Tale Fair is a well established and well loved craft fair in Brighton. Launched in 2012 in Patcham, Brighton it has continued to grow and build a loyal following of stall holders and customers. The Facebook page now has over 5,000 fans, twitter isn’t far behind and our blog has had over 70,000 views since launch in summer 2012. In summer 2014 we launched our new site and Christmas 2014 saw our expansion into central Brighton. www.thefairytalefair.co.uk.