Nothing says Christmas has started like a Goodwill evening

Did you know it’s thought that the tradition started in the 1950’s on London’s Regent Street to brighten up post-war London? The annual Goodwill evening now takes place in even the smallest towns, celebrated with night time markets and shops opening late and is one of the highlights of the season.
So with that in mind I'll be at Stroud Goodwill Evening on Friday 1 December from 5pm-9pm. There will be a traditional lantern procession around the town, a Christmas craft market, food and drink stalls in Cornhill (where the Saturday farmers' market takes place) and shops will be open late.
I'll have a selection of locally made gorgeous skincare and home scents - they make thoughtful & unique Christmas gifts that people will love :
  • handmade natural soap
  • relaxing aromatherapy bath soaks
  • gorgeously scented soy wax candles & reed diffusers
  • dreamy Sleep Easy pillow & room sprays
  • fabulous gift boxes filled with a selection of treats
I'll also be at Randwick Church Fete on 2 December, Tetbury Goods Shed Christmas Fayre on 3 December and Stroud Brewery Christmas Fair on 17 December, as well as my usual fourth-Saturday-of-the-month Stroud Farmers' Market on 23 December.
And of course everything is available online on the College Green - naturally clean website, with local pick up available for anyone who lives near Randwick.
Happy goodwill 😊

I'm at my stall at last year's Tetbury Goods Shed Christmas fair