Beccles craft festival offers something for everyone
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Stallholders for Beccles’ second Real Craft Festival are gearing up for a second successful year.
It takes place at St John Ambulance Hall in Blyburgate on Saturday, November 15, with a fusion of stalls, craft demonstrations, workshops and children’s activities.
Elfrede Brambley Crawshaw, owner of The Rainbow Screen and A Bit Crafty sewing workshops will be there running children’s craft workshops and selling screen printed items.
Other stallholders include April Showers exhibiting quirky handmade jewellery, Purple Peach who specialise in bespoke, handmade papercut art and Shabby Geek selling furniture, accessories, prints and fashion for big kids.
Soft furnishings, painted furniture, wheel thrown pottery, handmade dolls, cupcakes, knitwear, bunting and photography will also feature.
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There will be a tearoom and music from local folk band Tin River.
It takes place from 10am until 4pm.
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For more information find The Beccles Real Craft Festival on Facebook or on twitter @craftybeccles