Damn well hung
Damn well hung
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No messing with this lot
No messing with this lot
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1.6mm smorgasbord
1.6mm smorgasbord
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How it used to look in Camden
How it used to look in Camden
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All the sizes, all the time
All the sizes, all the time
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It all hinges on great designs..
It all hinges on great designs..
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Welcome one and all
Welcome one and all
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Loads of sizes of bracelets too.
Loads of sizes of bracelets too.
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On That Fudge Guy's stall.
On That Fudge Guy's stall.
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THANK YOU CAMDEN LOCK MARKET

From the bottom of our hearts, our sincere thanks to Alan Jones, Eamon Stack, Matthew Benson, Kate O'Sullivan, Jake Emms, midweek Martini, and all the other market managers who allowed us to become a part of such an amazing community of traders. Who gave us the time and space to nurture and grow our businesses, and to be able to be truly independent as our own bosses for the first time in our lives. Their enlightened approach to the whole site created the wonderful environment in which such a disparate band of creative misfits, maverick entrepreneurs, and bonkers characters could co-exist and thrive - giving a supportive working home to all of the lucky Camden Lock folk.

To all our friends and neighbours, to all of the storage guys, and all of the security teams - a happy band of equals who co-operate and look out for each other so well - who will always be our London family. The people of the Lock are the place - the bricks and mortar are simply the platform, the stage upon which the daily dramas and cheerful banter between the traders and customers bring the space to life in a unique way. The atmosphere, the sights, sounds and smells of the site are indelibly imprinted upon our psyches - the memories will stay with us forever. Thank you one and all.

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