We have been working with Nicole Rahimi of NiRa Events who "invented" the Oxford Christmas Market back in 2008 to recreate the lovely German Christmas Markets she had grown up enjoying in Germany.

Richard Fox, our Designer, worked with Nicole to create the lovely maket stalls which are designed to be fully lockable when not in use which means stall holders can leave their wares in safety overnight. 

The original small stalls have now been joined by large - open fronted stalls to enable customers to browse more freely and to increase the sales space.

This last year we made tables for visitors to enjoy their "christmas picnics" of bratwurst and mulled wine on and built in litter bins to keep the area clean and tidy.

This  Christmas, 2013, the market moved to Broad Street in Oxford which is a much more central  position allowing both Shop and Market Customers to mingle.

All of our Market Stalls are made from VACUUM/PRESSURE TREATED KILN DRIED SOFTWDOd  and are designed to be easy to erect and store as well as being LONG LASTING.

Please contact us for further information and drawings and prices.

Stalls can also be made to your own design.

All of our building are made ON SITE at the Sawmill - we do not import cheap mass produced products

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