The Rural Craft Area is set up to show the work of local craftsmen and women. They will demonstrate an aspect of their craft during the day and craftspeople will include potters, blacksmith, hurdlemaker, thatcher, jewellery maker, basketmaker, stained glass worker and woodturner. This gives an ideal opportunity to witness skilled craftspeople in action, and purchase unique handmade gifts.
You will find the Rural Crafts in the Food Hall Area to the left of the Cookery Theatre as you look at the front of it, and behind a Food Hall marquee.
For more information contact the Head Steward, Gill Harley firstname.lastname@example.org