Known as one of the 'Waterloo Churches' the Holy Trinity Church in Marylebone is a site worth visiting in itself. A few years after Britain's defeat of Napoleon in 1815, parliament set aside 1 million pounds for churches to be built in celebration. Designed by Sir John Soane, Holy Trinity was built in 1828 the building has since lived a number of rather different lives. At one point in the 1930s it was even used by the newly founded Penguin books for storage. We can't wait for Made London to open in this fantastic venue. From tomorrow until Sunday the church will be filled with talented designers and makers. Do pop in and see us at the Selvedge stall – we're bringing our library of HALF PRICE back issues, a selection of our favourite products plus some special fair-only subscription deals. Directly opposite Great Portland Street tube station and next door to Regents Park it will be a doddle for anyone in London to get to. 22 – 25 October
First image: Justine Allison ceramics
Second image: Handwoven, framed artwork by Margo Selby
Both will be exhibiting at Made London.