The Museum of the Home is bringing its Yard Sale back this winter, and this time it’s all in support of their Campaign for Change: Food Equality. The campaign is led by the Evening Standard’s restaurant critic, Jimi Famurewa, and centres around fundraising for and working with frontline charities to reduce food insecurity. Head to the Museum on Sun 26th November to support their efforts by shopping the likes of sustainable knives from Allday Goods, home decor from Colefax and Fowler, perfume from Angela Flanders, clothing from Lucinda Chambers, ceramics from Kate Malone and more. Mob Kitchen will also be in attendance, serving up food on the Museum lawns.

Plus, if you can’t make it on the day, there’ll be an online auction where bidders will have the chance to win prizes such as a night’s stay at The Hoxton in Shoreditch, including a meal for two at Llama Inn; a one-of-a-kind Forged Santoku Knife from Allday Goods; and a cut and blow dry service from VIP hairdresser and salon founder, George Northwood. General admission tickets are £7.50 (and £5 for concession tickets), but if you fancy getting access to the sale an extra hour before everyone, grab an exclusive preview ticket for £15.

Sun 26th November 2023, 10am – 5pm
136 Kingsland Road, London E2 8EA