If you’re looking for that extra special something then visit the Ranger’s stand for their selection of beautifully crafted wooden items, made ‘in house’ from wood felled on the estate. Join us in the craft tent and make a hand print reindeer decoration to take home to hang on your tree. The Stableyard shop will be selling a full range of National Trust Christmas gifts and the tearoom will be serving up some tasty festive treats to keep you fuelled up for more present browsing.
Events and Marketing Officer Alexandra Blakeman said: “This year’s fair is our biggest yet. We’re excited to welcome some brand new stallholders and some old favourites too. We’ve got entertainment lined up from local choirs and bands so I’m hoping everyone will join in with the carol singing to help us kick off the festive season.”
Normal admission charge applies with a small additional charge for children’s activities.
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