Walking down the historic King's Street, full of gorgeous Medievil buildings... what better way to start November than being inside at a cosy Halloween/ Winter Fair?
Hallows Jamboree is the brainchild of the lads at The Proper Pizza Co., Bullit Guerilla Dining and Print to the People, and was such a wonderful event to be part of.
Throughout the 1st and 2nd of November a lovely handmade pop-up market was held in the historic Dragon Hall, where the public from Norwich and beyond could come and buy all sorts of handmade goodies- from cakes, chocolates, beer and wine to christmas baubles, jewellery, cards and artwork!
The fair had such a lovely atmosphere, nice and calm and se in the glorious medieveil hall. We met up with Francis from Aforetime and shared a flask of Earl Grey Tea, boy did we feel posh! Do check out her beautiful upcycled jewellery here.
We were also sitting next to Matt and Fatima, two medical students who turned their love of clean design and medicine into fun, creative gift cards and paper cuts.
During the day, The Proper Pizza Co lads served up some rather delicious pizzas, which were a rather nice treat to go with some of the beers served by Grain Brewery.
It may not have been super busy, but everyone was in such high spirits that I really didn't mind!
The hall was just so beautiful, with panoramic views of the city and river. In the evening, one I'd packed up, the hall then turned host to a medievil banquet. Unfortunately I didn't stay, but I heard the food was rather tasty and the portions were more than enough!
I hope another event like this runs again, and gets some more social media and newspaper coverage to encourage people to partake!