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Dudmaston's Craft fair has Christmas all wrapped up!

Dudmaston's Craft fair has Christmas all wrapped up!
Dudmaston Hall, a local National Trust property, hosts their annual Christmas Fair on Saturday 15 and Sunday 16 November between 11am and 4pm.

With over 65 stall holders selling unique and inspiring gifts, visitors are in for a real shopping treat. From traditional crafts to unusual handmade gifts and local festive food; visitors are sure to find something for even the most challenging to buy for.

There will be activities to keep the children entertained as they create their own Christmas decorations to take home and take a chance on the property’s Lucky Pick Christmas Tree.

The Dudmaston shop will be open with a full range of Christmas gifts and some tempting special offers. Browse their ever popular cards, crackers and calendars, which this year include the very first Dudmaston calendar, featuring the winners of last year’s photographic competition.

The tea room will have a tempting range of festive fayre to choose from including mulled wine, hot roast pork baps and a wide selection of sweet treats such as chocolate and chestnut log and of course mince pies. Plus we’ll have the BBQ on the go for those just too busy to stop!

On the Saturday entertainment will be provided by ‘Wulfruna Ladies Choir’ and guitar duo ‘Synergy’ and by ‘Ironmen & Severn Gilders’ morris and ‘Of One Accord’ choir on the Sunday.

Visitor Experience and Conservation Manager, Tessa Lovell said “this year’s fair promises to be our biggest yet and we hope our visitors will be able to give their Christmas shopping a good kick start. We’ve got some great new stalls this year and the return of some old favourites as well. There is always a real buzz on the property over this weekend and the added activities and entertainment make it a really special event.”

 


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