Indoor Christmas Market Launches 6th December
TriBeCa will be opening its doors from Saturday 5th December from 12noon until 10pm for you to ethically shop this Christmas. Tier 3 restrictions leave us with a large building which can not trade as we usually would so we are expanding the recent success of our vinyl and vintage fairs with recycled, ethically sourced, vintage and locally made products.
How does it work ?
Entry is free for shoppers, masks must be worn at all times and social distancing will be in place alongside a one way system. Under 18s are welcome in the venue until 8pm and we are dog friendly at all times. We have a wide selection of vegan and gluten free products for collection or delivery*.
Traders are not charged rent to be involved, instead we work on a commission basis of 0-30%. Not for profit traders have a free space to help raise money for local homelessness charities and the venue donates staff to help manage the sales. Profit traders who staff their own stall will donate 10% of sales towards the venue costs which helps towards the survival of the venue. Traders who drop off products and have our team manage the sale, donate a 30% commission to help save the venue. Message Hazel on 07958642090 if you would like to be involved or donate items to be sold.
Baubles for Beds is a project involving 17 Primary Schools and 2 Secondary Schools who create Christmas Tree Baubles using Papier Mache which are then sold with all profits going to help the Homeless of Manchester. This project is supported by Co-op, Coffee4Craig, Barnabus, Mustard Tree and Frank D Art.
Homemade Magazine Recycled Christmas Trees
These amazing trees can be seen featured in our window display at TriBeCa. They are 30cms tall and 20cms wide and you can request your chosen colour of star (depending on availability) Options include – sliver – gold – blue – red – light pink – dark pink – lilac.
It’s a “pay what you feel” scheme for these trees, and the artist Ravina Jobanputra will be using the money to buy REAL food and donating it to Burnage Foodbank. They would be grateful for any donation however big or small.
Thousands of vinyl records will be available to browse and purchase, with the occasional vinyl DJ playing background music for your enjoyment.