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Craft fair at Wayland House

PUBLISHED: 10:33 17 September 2008 | UPDATED: 11:01 08 July 2010

The latest of a line of craft fairs is being held on Saturday between 10am- 3pm at Wayland House in Watton High Street. Admission is free.

It is billed as a celebration of local crafts including knitwear, jewellery, pictures, children's clothes, preserves, wood-turned items, fused glass plaques, embroidered items, original painted prints, fragrant soaps, handmade cushions and more.

The latest of a line of craft fairs is being held on Saturday between 10am- 3pm at Wayland House in Watton High Street. Admission is free.

It is billed as a celebration of local crafts including knitwear, jewellery, pictures, children's clothes, preserves, wood-turned items, fused glass plaques, embroidered items, original painted prints, fragrant soaps, handmade cushions and more.

The aim is to promote the handmade work of talented individuals and provide them with a venue where they can exhibit and sell their work directly to the public.

Exhibitors are selected to ensure that the standards of crafts are kept high and that there is a varied range of crafts showcased at each event.

Entertainment is supplied by Daughters of the East (Belly Dancing) and the Great Hockham Clod Hoppers. Hot and cold refreshments will be available.

Contact Susan Hollingworth 01953 880205.


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