All You Need To Know About Pebble Festive

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Have you heard of Pebble Festive? I hadn’t until recently and now I am buzzing about it! Run by pebble mag, the second Pebblefest is coming to London on 30th November which just so happens to be Sustainable Saturday–the perfect antidote to Black Friday which takes place the day before. The first-ever Pebblefest took place in April this year and is making its comeback as ‘Pebble Festive’ just in time for the Christmas celebrations to start! The perfect place to find all of your sustainable Christmas gifts and open your eyes to the ever-growing world of eco-friendly brands.

Pebble Festive Details

Pebble Festive will take place at Flat Iron Square, a hub for drinking, dining and socialising located in the shadow of The Shard. The outdoor space is perfect for events such as Pebble Festive. The day will run from 11am-5pm and you will need to purchase tickets to have access (see below) Get inspired for some #EverydayActivism



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What Will The Day Entail?

The day will be jam-packed with stalls, events, products, as well as talks and free workshops to inspire you to live 2020 with the mindset of #EverydayActivism. These will include:

11.30am-12.30pm Conscious Christmas crafts

12.30pm-1.30pm Make festive tipples with Abel & Cole

2pm-4pm trio of drop-in tables- how to fabric wrap, how to make a curry spice and pot decorating for kids.

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As well as this there will be an ethical market street where you can chat to existing and brand new brands, purchase from them and learn how their products can help you to live more sustainably.

You will also be able to sample the food and drink delights that will be on offer including Vegan and organic beer tasting from Freedom Brewery and Ice Cream from Oatly.

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One of the biggest positives about Pebble Festive is being able to connect with likeminded people. It is a place to feel passionate, a place to learn more about how you can help our environment as well as being able to take these tips back to your friends and family to keep that eco message alive!


Tickets are £7.50 and children under 12 go free plus 10% of all ticket sales go to The Marine Conservation Society. 


I have 2 tickets for Pebble Festive to giveaway for one of my very lucky readers. All you need to do is enter via the box below. (tickets will come via email prior to the event from the PR)

Win 2 tickets for Pebble Festive In London 30th Nov ’19

I am so excited about this event and the movement which is now happening around sustainability and eco-friendly products, I hope you can make it!

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*I was gifted 2 tickets in exchange for promoting Pebble Festive. For further information please refer to my disclosure page.

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