Wymondham handmade winter fayre to showcase Norfolk crafts

PUBLISHED: 09:52 08 November 2017 | UPDATED: 09:52 08 November 2017

More than 60 stalls of handmade goods will be on sale at the winter fair in Wymondham. Picture:  Dear Fleur Ceramics

More than 60 stalls of handmade goods will be on sale at the winter fair in Wymondham. Picture: Dear Fleur Ceramics


The Handmade Winter Fayre is returning to Wymondham College for its seventh year.

The fair will host more than sixty stalls, and award-winning producers and designers from across Norfolk will be in attendance.

This year will welcome the new arrival of a children’s pottery workshop. There will also be a special guest appearance from children’s storyteller, The Yarnsmith of Norwich, who will be regaling audiences with his signature mixture of serious and silly tales.

Sultan Walpole, fair organiser, said: “We are thrilled to have an even wider range of handmade stalls this year, and with gifts from food and drink, garden and outdoor, health and beauty, home, fashion, jewellery, stationery, books and candles you’re sure to find something for everyone.”

The fair will be open from 10am until 2pm, Saturday, November 11 and food and drink will be available from a pop-up cafe throughout the day. Entry is £1 for adults and free for children and students.

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