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A Different Kind Of Christmas pop-up at Blenheim Palace this year


Give the gift that keeps on giving this Christmas with newly launched, Different Kind, with the perfect gifts for socially conscious friends and family alike.

Founded by ex-Comic Relief CEO, Liz Warner, the celebrated online store will bring its new model of Christmas kindness to the streets by opening its first pop up store in the picturesque Oxfordshire town of Woodstock from the 14th – 24th December, open daily from 10am – 6pm.

Covering food and drink, home, clothing and beauty, all products stocked are mindfully curated to suit all budgets and truly influence the way we consume. Not compromising on style, functionality or quality, everything stocked in Different Kinds pop up is motivated by social outcomes such as employing refugees, hiring ex-offenders, buying coffee from women farmers for a fair price or training neuro-diverse young people for fulfilling jobs.

All products will be housed in-store at No.14 Woodstock High Street opposite the Town Hall.

Samples of delicious Refuge hot chocolate and Fat Macy’s cardamom shortbread will be served.

Present wrapping service available.

For more information, please contact


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