Completing The Tufnell Stumble

I didn’t know much about the Tufnell area before last week,  just that it was one stop past Kentish Town on the Northern line and I hadn’t been before. Upon seeing a rather attractive monochrome and red flyer for The Tufnell Stumble I was intrigued. I have known for a while the stunning stylish jewellery designer Jessica De Lotz who was stop number 9, after meeting her way back at Best of Britannia. Her inclusion in the event was enough to convince me to stick around for the 4pm kick off of late night shopping, bubbly and nibbles.

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Now I didn’t get to go in all 9 stops, I enjoyed my time to quickly catching up with Jessica, buying several cute things in eenymeeny, letter pressing my own Christmas cards in Harrington & Squires and finding out more about new brand on the scene Future & Found. But I can safely say several glasses of prosecco later its was a great night, even the rainy British weather didn’t keep the locals from enjoying the discounts and lovely conversational atmosphere.