LDF18: South East Makers Club Puts Deptford on the Map

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                                Perhaps more than any other part of the London Design Festival, <a href="https://www.southeastmakersclub.co.uk/" data-wpel-link="external"  rel="external noopener noreferrer">South East Makers Club</a> is what design fairs are all about. Run by a tiny team of just three volunteers and hosted in borrowed space, the venture showcases talent from Deptford – a corner of London many design aficionados might never have ventured to before. &#8220;One of the joys of South East Makers Club is meeting the talented designers, makers and businesses that are based here,&#8221; says co-founder <a href="https://www.simple-shape.com/" data-wpel-link="external"  rel="external noopener noreferrer">Helen Osgerby</a>. &#8220;There is a genuine shared desire to work together, to collaborate and help one another to realize bold ideas, and perhaps uniquely, to have fun doing it! Everything about the South East Makers Club relies on people being good, kind and generous.&#8221;
Sebastian Cox, who is based in nearby Woolwich, chose the event to launch his Pendean collection. “Batch produced with simple chamfer details in English ash,
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