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A GEORGIAN QUALITY STREET

25 November, 2017

Amwell Street is known for many things… its fine Georgian architecture, attractive independent shops, village atmosphere, everyone’s favourite vet, hairdressers, unique fabrics, furnishings and objets d’art, The Amwell Society, annual Summer fete and Christmas late night shopping event.

Once again, the shops in Amwell Street will be opening their doors on the evening of Monday 4th December from 6-9pm to welcome you.

This has been a tradition for many years, and we hope that you’ll join us again for a festive evening with carol singing by the 4th Clerkenwell Brownies, who meet in our local St Mark’s Church.

From the corner of Lloyd Street up to the corner of Great Percy Street: Wallace & Sewell will be holding their usual Christmas sale, with studio designed scarves, blankets and cushions; Myddleton’s Deli will be open with free delicious treats; Quill London, the home of modern stationery, will be offering drop in festive calligraphy classes; Gents of London have a sale on new premium shaving goods; Pennies are having a Christmas sale providing mulled wine and nibbles to jolly things along; Canvas Home will be opening late and offering a glass of fizz to customers; ELP are giving a discount on male grooming products with mulled wine and mince pies.

Tripp Gallery invite you to join them for a vermouth cocktail by Regal Rogue at the closing party of the exhibition they’re hosting, All Scars Have A Pink That Shows, featuring ceramics, imagery, jewellery, floral sculpture, photographic prints and books.

The late night shopping event is more about community than commerciality – the shops are where we meet, catch up on the news and support each other. Please come and join us for some authentic street life and Christmas spirit.

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