From 2nd - 4th October 2014 BoB will once again transform the iconic Farmiloe Building in Clerkenwell into Britain's Largest Pop Up Department Store.
Visit us and find over 200 of the best in British brands; From cars, boats and bikes to the highest quality men and womenswear, from jewellery and accessories through to furniture and furnishings BoB is proud to be the standard-bearer for the finest product range available anywhere in the world.
Come and meet the designers and producers themselves and chat directly to the people who actually made your new purchase.
Listen to debates hosted by panels of top industry professionals across a wealth of subjects.
Feast on the tastiest food from Pulled Food and taste from our wide range of drinks available including coffee from Origin coffee roasters, beer from Meantime, sparkling wine from Nyetimber, Boodles Gin and Fever Tree tonic, Albion Racing Club and London Velvet.
Listen to the best new British musical line-up with the entertainment and dining experiences continuing in our covered courtyard and atrium until 11pm (6pm Saturday).
Watch some of the best in new and classic British film including Tony Benn - Will and Testament, Dermaphoria, We Still Kill the Hard Way and watch Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy in the building where it was actually filmed – The Farmiloe.
If you care about how and where your product is made, you should be at BoB 2014.
Come and support Buy British Day at BOB on Friday October 3rd 2014.
Buy British Day has been launched to coincide with the first consumer day of our annual event on Friday October 3rd and we are determined to focus consumer attention on the provenance and quality of the huge range of amazing products Britain still produces.
Ironically the stamp Made in Britain has long been seen as a badge of quality overseas but less so at home. Buy British Day has been launched to try and change that.
The BoB team firmly believe that the provenance of what we buy is increasingly important to the UK as well as to the international consumer. When attending BoB, the quality of each item produced is clear, whether it has been created lovingly by hand or in the oldest running factory in the world.
Support Buy British Day on the 3rd October by seeking out the fantastic range of British-produced goods on offer throughout the UK or at Best of Britannia.