NSPCC Luxury Gift Fair

The NSPCC Luxury Gift Fair is an annual event and a highlight of the Woburn calendar. Browse over 50 stalls of inspiring gift ideas beautifully displayed in the Woburn Sculpture Gallery. At least 50% of our stallholders are new this year.

All proceeds from the event tickets will go to the NSPCC to support Childline. In the average primary school class, at least 2 children have suffered abuse or neglect.

Woburn Abbey and Gardens and the Bedfordshire NSPCC bring together exclusive vendors to provide visitors with a broad selection of gifts. Everything from luxurious cashmere, unusual interior gifts, affordable stocking fillers, quirky children’s toys, artisan foods and a wide range of jewellery, will be beautifully displayed in the Woburn Sculpture Gallery.

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All proceeds from the event tickets will go to the NSPCC to support Childline.

The fair is not only a perfect opportunity to make a dent in your Christmas list, but a way to help raise money and awareness for the NSPCC.

Ticket Price: £8 per person, to include a Woburn tote bag

Opening Times: 9am - 4pm

Book now using the button below or tickets are available on the door. For this events, please use the Sculpture Gallery entrance, click here for a map on how to find us.

Please bring your friends! Light lunches, hot and cold beverages will be available. 


Preview Evening Champagne Reception

Wednesday 13th November - 6pm until 9pm

Why not attend our Preview evening? A lovely way to browse a selection of gifts with Champagne and canapés hosted by The Duchess of Bedford.

Tickets are £15 per person including a glass of Champagne and canapés. Tickets must be purchased in advance for the evening reception. Please click here to book.


NSPCC Childline

For over 30 years, Childline has been a place for children to turn - even when it feels like no one else is listening. Childline helped over 4 million children since they launched in 1986. It's thanks to amazing supporters and volunteers that this is possible.

But right now only 3 out of every 4 contacts from children can be answered. Will you help the NSPCC to keep children safe now, and well into the future? 

The NSPCC wants children to know that, if they are worried about themselves or their friends, there is something they can do and someone they can talk to. 

If you are not able to attend the event but wish to make a donation, please visit our fundraising page.



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