Thursday, 2 November 2017

30 years of arts and crafts in Haltwhistle!

This weekend Haltwhistle will be holding its 30th annual Arts and Crafts Fair.

The longest running arts and crafts fair in Tynedale is the perfect time to get your Christmas shopping done, with artists from the North-East and Scotland running stalls with a wide range of exhibits. As well as arts and crafts including woodwork, jewellery, sculptures and knitwear, there will also be speciality foods, local musician Ian Brown will be selling a selection of his CDs and the Northumberland Wildlife Trust will also have a stall. With refreshments and a raffle in aid of local Girl Guiding as well, it looks set to be a fantastic day!

The Haltwhistle Arts and Crafts Fair will take place on Saturday 4th November from 10am-4pm at the Masonic Hall, Greenholme Road. Entry is 50p for adults with accompanied children getting in for 30p. Make sure to go along and support local artists and craftspeople- it's going to be yet another brilliant event for Haltwhistle!