15th and 16th November 2014
During the weekend of November 15th and 16th of this year, we will be holding our annual Christmas Fair at the entrance to Stourhead Gardens, Wiltshire. We have some familiar faces returning and some great new exhibitors too. You will find a list below.
Andrew Walworth – oil portraiture – http://www.andrewwalworth.co.uk
Frosty Fox – snoods, mutt mats, hugmees – http://www.frostyfox.co.uk
Plum Duff and Stuff – traditional Christmas puddings – http://www.plumduffandstuff.co.uk
Little Delicious – handmade, gourmet marshmallows – http://www.littledelicious.co.uk
Henry and Primose – decorative and festive accessories – http://www.henryandprimrose.co.uk
New Forest Chocolates – hand crafted chocolates – http://www.newforestchocolates.co.uk
Blooming Hill Plants – traditional plants for modern gardens – http://blooming-hill-plants.me.uk
Phoenix Trading – festive cards and gift wrap – http://www.phoenix-trading.co.uk
Confusion Glass – beautiful handcrafted glass jewellery – http://www.confusionglass.co.uk
Sensual Soaps – handmade soaps, shower gels and bath bomb ballistics – http://www.sensualsoaps.co.uk
Jeremy Freeman Woodturning – Bowls, platters, salt and pepper mills and nutmeg mills – http://jeremyfreemanwoodturning.co.uk
Neals Yard Remedies – organic skincare – http://nealsyardremedies.com
Linda Rowe – glass gifts – http://lindarowe.co.uk
Tobar Toys – traditional stocking fillers – all proceeds to Rory Walworth Memorial Fund
RWMF cake stall – cakes, biscuits and other homemade produce – all proceeds to Rory Walworth Memorial Fund
Cinnamon – Fabulous clothing for ladies
Chattering Marmot – ladies accessories – http://www.chatteringmarmot.co.uk
We will be selling raffle tickets (available now, please complete the contact form for more information) which could win you a £100 John Lewis voucher.
Stourhead Gardens attract many thousands of visitors throughout the year, but the Autumn colours are very well publicised and for very good reason!
For more information about Stourhead House and Gardens, please visit: http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/stourhead
You can enjoy lunch at The Spread Eagle Inn, right next door to Stourton Memorial Hall: http://www.spreadeagleinn.com/
Visit First View Gallery to see some excellent local artists’ work: http://www.first-view.co.uk/
We very much hope to see you at some point during the weekend.
You can download a copy of the Flyer and Leaflet as a PDF below