The unmissable Norfolk Christmas Fair in aid of Thornage Hall returns on Thursday 24th November 2016 (9am-3pm) The Octagon Barn, Little Plumstead, NR13 5FH
The fantastic Norfolk Christmas Fair is a one stop solution for all your Christmas shopping with its wide variety of high quality yet affordable Christmas presents.
Over 40 different artisans, designers and craftsmen from across Norfolk and beyond have been carefully selected for their beautiful and unique products. Everything from handmade jewellery to designer clothing, homeware and textiles, stationary and pottery will be available for busy Christmas shoppers to buy.
This year, the Norfolk Christmas Fair is delighted to welcome some excellent newcomers such as Vintage Rocks with its collection of reasonably priced yet high quality vintage costume jewellery; Kalinko’s fabrics and homeware sourced directly from Burmese weavers and crafters; PJs colourful pyjama bottoms and boxer shorts; Margo & Mila’s handmade jewellery with precious stones; and, Italian leather handbags and other accessories by Bijoux.
Returning favourites include Troy London with its fantastic luxury women’s outerwear, irresistible leather accessories by Kapara and Trouve Cashmere’s sensational cashmere.
Two local catering firms, Feast and Sophie and Boo, will keep busy shoppers fuelled with coffee, cakes and delicious light lunches. As in previous years, many of the very special products created at Thornage Hall will also be on sale.
Entrance £5. Proceeds from the event will be donated to Thornage Hall, the remarkable charity near Holt which provides adults with learning disabilities with supported living as well as learning and working opportunities. Fundraising is specifically for a new activity room offering a variety of arts, crafts and IT. It is a much needed space that will allow for Thornage Hall’s 40 day care users to socialise and spend time together.
Mary Marchant, committee member, said: “We are really looking forward to this year’s event with its fantastic selection of excellent stall holders. Last year we managed to raise £18,000 for Thornage Hall’s new activity room- we are determined to make this year even more successful for this wonderful cause.”