The Ethical and Scottish Christmas Fair
Come along to the Ethical and Scottish Christmas Fair at Ocean Terminal Shopping Centre with it's great range of local, Scottish, fair trade & ethical gifts, all under one roof!
About The Ethical and Scottish Christmas Fair
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This wonderful Christmas Fair has been running every year for twelve years, and since 2016 it had run for 3 years in Dundee City Square, with over 40 stalls, filled with Scottish gifts as well gifts from around the globe.
Most years Ethical and Scottish Christmas Fair has been a marquee event, this year we are very lucky to be indoors at Ocean Terminal Shopping Centre, Edinburgh, to provide shoppers with a great range of local, Scottish, fair trade & ethical gifts complimenting the high street shops, and all under one roof!
Open daily until 23 December in first floor, looking over waterfront, behind Zizzi’s
While we take every opportunity to ensure the details for The Ethical and Scottish Christmas Fair are accurate, we always advise that you contact the event organiser before setting out for the event to avoid disapointment.
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