We are pleased to be supporting the Autumn Fare this year.
Meet friends and browse interesting sales tables in Fryerning Parish Room on the 19th of October.
Entrance is £5 including free tea/coffee and home made cakes.
All money raised will go to fund the redecoration of the Parish Room.
We shall be exhibiting at the revival again this year with our friends at Captain Fawcett look out for our shared stand. Titled: Captain Fawcett meets Rufus Country.
The romance and glamour of motor racing as it used to be. The Revival is the only historic race meeting to be staged entirely in period dress and is a return to the halcyon days of Goodwood as the spiritual home of British motor racing.
It’s an unabashed celebration of flat-out wheel-to-wheel racing, around the sweeps and curves of this classic circuit, which remains unchanged since its heyday. The inaugural Revival opened on 18 September 1998, when the Earl of March drove around the circuit in the Bristol 400 in which his grandfather, the 9th Duke of Richmond, opened the track 50 years before. It’s now the world’s most celebrated historic motor racing event, with race fans coming from all over the country to soak up the unique atmosphere in period costume.
Check out their website for tickets: www.goodwood.com
We are pleased to be exhibiting at the Game fair again this year.
Ragley Hall 28-30 July 2017. The Game Fair is the annual gathering for people passionate about countryside pursuits, and the Great British Countryside.
For tickets and information head to: www.thegamefair.org
Our first Show this year. We will be exhibiting in the Made in Hertfordshire tent pop by and say hi.
The Hertfordshire Agricultural Society dates all the way back to 1801, set up with the aim of promoting farming and agriculture and all associated skills, crafts, trades and professions. The Hertfordshire County Show is one of the key ways they achieve this, and the show can trace its origins back to a ploughing match on the grounds of Hatfield House in 1879.
The show has now been officially running for over a 130 years! Since 1962 it’s been held on the societies 70 acres of land just off the M1, making it accessible for most the county. The Society also contributes to a range of countryside and farming educational programs, now reaching over 3000 primary school students.
The show is now the biggest event in Hertfordshire, anticipating over 35,000 guests on the 28th and 29th May 2016. It is a fantastic way to see all the traditional skills that keep our countryside beautiful, as well as a way to interact with and support local traders. The show is now much, much more than a ploughing match!
Visit their website: www.hertsshow.com
The Country Living Christmas Fair is a festive occasion where the pages of the magazine come to life! The show marks the start to the joyous season where you will find handpicked exhibitors who are artists, crafters and designers. Spend a day finding unique gifts, handmade decorations, beautiful homeware, and artisan food. There are also organic beauty products, one off pieces of jewellery and fashionable winter wear for those who want something special.
The Country Living Christmas Fair is a festive occasion where the pages of the magazine come to life! The show marks the start to the joyous season where you will find handpicked exhibitors who are artists, crafters and designers. Spend a day finding unique gifts, handmade decorations, beautiful homeware, and artisan food. There are also organic beauty products, one off pieces of jewellery and fashionable winter wear for those who want something special
The Country Living Makers’ Marquee
The Country Living Makers’ Marquee, located by the Land Rover Arch near Discovery Valley, overlooking the first half of the cross-country course. With refreshments outside and exclusive shopping inside. One of the must see attractions of the event. The Country Living Makers’ Marquee celebrates artisan designer makers and will be showcasing some of Britain’s many start-up businesses. So do come and pay us a visit
Now in its 58th Year, The Game Fair returns to the familiar surroundings of Ragley Hall, Warwickshire, from 29-31 July. The Game Fair is the annual gathering for people passionate about countryside pursuits, the Great British Countryside and the British summer in all its glory. We are on stand D397. We will be launching our new mobile retail showroom affectionately know as 'The Perch'!
Jaeger-LeCoultre Gold Cup
The Jaeger-LeCoultre Gold Cup is played to decide the British Open Polo Championship and is the premier polo tournament in the world at 22 goal (High Goal) level. With all the international stars of the game in action in the incomparable setting of Cowdray Park’s famous ‘Lawns’, the event draws in polo aficionados from all over the globe.
More than 100 years ago, Hurlingham Park hosted regular weekly fixtures of polo as it was then the Hurlingham Club’s number one polo field and weekend crowds would gather for the summer social scene.
Polo continued to be played in Hurlingham Park right up until 1939, but, with the onset of World War II, the fields were given over to the ‘Dig for Victory’ food production campaign and Hurlingham’s polo days became a distant memory. In 2009, polo returned home to its central London and Hurlingham once again plays host to this very traditional English summer pastime.
We are showing at the Hatfield house frost fair Please swing by and pop in for the perfect Christmas gifts!
Held in The Old Palace, the Riding School, Stable Yard and heated marquees on Palace Green, the Christmas Frost Fair will feature:
- Up to 200 stands of exciting, unusual and original gift ideas for all
- Craft men & women showing off their skills
- Fine Food Fair – come and taste the mouth watering array of foods and drink
- Entertainment from Choirs, dancers and street entertainers throughout the fair
- Father Christmas is here on all four days, courtesy of Hatfield Rotary Club
- Dine in The Coach House Restaurant
- Relaxing teas & coffees in The Coach House Marquee
- Creative Fast Foods
- Mulled Wine
- Hatfield House Gift Shop
- Stable Yard shopping
- Drop in Workshops including creative Christmas Decorating with flowers and greenery
This year’s Fair will bring the pages of the magazine to life at Islington’s BDC from 11 – 15 November. Come along to meet makers, designers, artisans and growers and discover unique gifts to delight your loved ones, as well as inspired ideas and decorations to bring that magical Christmas sparkle to your home.
And if, like us, you think that handmade and homespun are the most important ingredients for creating a magical Christmas, the Fair’s lively programme of talks and demonstrations will prove to be a great source of practical inspiration.
Set in the beautiful Park at Knebworth House this Family Country Show is now in its 5th year. All day entertainment includes The Sheep Show, ferret racing, birds of prey, working dogs, children’s entertainment with Devilstick Peat plus Circus Skills Workshop, Knights of Honour medieval village & as well as arts, crafts, gifts and food marquees.
Friday is fashion day at Old Spitalfields Market. The fashion and arts market stallholders vary from designers and artists, to resellers with an eye for the undiscovered and new.
This is a fantastic day to skip the busy London high street crowds and pick up a great unique fashion piece, wallet, brooch or original artist print.