Unfortunately due to coronavirus restrictions our fairs are not currently running.
All of our stallholders are still busy creating – you can see some of their work at our virtual events hosted online!
All of our fairs are free for visitors to attend and are in locations where there is free parking on offer.
We carefully select our stallholders to give a wide variety of crafts for you to browse, with no more than two stalls selling the same craft at each event.
Our events are exclusively for local and handcrafted items – we do not accept resellers or franchises.
Prior to each event we will publish a list of stallholders on the event page, and this list will remain up after the event should you wish to contact one of our sellers about an item you have seen or placing an order.
There will be good value, handmade refreshments on offer at our events, usually with a small seating area for you to enjoy them, although you are welcome to take them with you when you browse. We offer a selection of hot and cold drinks and both sweet and savoury snacks. Our cheese straws are very popular and usually sell out by lunchtime!
Each of our events is sponsored by a local company who will provide a voucher or a discount code for you to use. Examples of sponsor offers include a discount on a meal at a local pub and a discount on a basket of ironing from a local laundry company.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I have to pay to get in?
No – all our fairs are free entry
Do I have to pay to park?
We will have free parking available at our venues, but please check signs if the car park is full and you park in alternative areas.
Are you accessible by public transport?
Our venues are situated on bus routes, and we will provide information on the easiest method to reach us on the individual events pages. Please note that as our fairs run at the weekend, sometimes bus and train timetables are more restricted than during the week,
Can I buy food or drinks at the fair?
We have a selection of hot and cold drinks available, as well as some mouth watering handmade sweet and savoury snacks. There is usually a small area of seating if you wish to sit down to enjoy your purchase, but you are welcome to browse the stalls with your drinks. Please be careful to keep anything that may damage our stallholders stock away from their tables.
Can I bring my own food and drink to the fair?
You are welcome to bring your own food and drinks to the event. Please be careful to keep anything that may damage our stallholders stock away from their tables.
Are children welcome?
Yes children are most welcome at our events and our friendly stallholders will be glad to show them their work. Some of our stallholders give demonstrations of their craft on their stall.
Please be mindful that there are sometimes delicate products such as glass and ceramics on display, so we would be grateful if you could keep children close to you at all times.
Are your venues suitable for wheelchair users?
Our venues have been selected to be wheelchair and pushchair accessible. Sometimes this may be through an alternative to the front door, but our front door is manned throughout the whole event by our staff who can advise you where to enter the building if there are steps at the main entrance.
We arrange our tables to give plenty of room for both wheelchairs and pushchairs down every aisle so that everyone can visit every stall.