Craft fair in Hadfield

Friends of Hadfield Hall are holding an autumn craft fair on Saturday. 

It will be in the upper hall over Hadfield Library and in the basement community room, from 10am to 3pm.

Drinks and light refreshments will also be available.

There are stalls selling locally made handcrafted goods, including wood-turned items, jewellery, home-ware, accessories in different styles including bags and cushions, and a range of other items including paintings, art-cards, knitted goods and toys for children, skincare products and home-made cakes.

Organiser Joy Hallsworth said: "The autumn craft fair is very popular with people looking for locally made treats and gifts at competitive prices.    

"There’s something for all age groups, everyone is welcome. There will also be a raffle to support our ‘Give us a Lift’ fund to assist users of our popular and well-used community rooms in Hadfield."

For further information, email or telephone 01457 865236.

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