All the Fun of the Fair !
October 21st, 2016
It was great meeting many of you recently at the Tonbridge Lace & Threads Fair. It’s a popular event, well organised and at a great location and we always enjoy being there and serving our customers. There is usually ‘something different’ at the Roseground stand and we didn’t disappoint this time when our range of lace accented jewellery proved a big attraction for many of our customers.
And, there are more good times to come with a chance for more of you to stop by, say hello and take a look at all the good things we have.
On November 19th 2016 we will be at the Southern Counties Lacemakers & Needlecraft Fair at the Leisure Centre in Havant, Hampshire. This popular annual event is the biggest lacemaking event in the south of England and now embraces some other needlecrafts, a mix that is proving popular with everyone. With about 35 suppliers, an exhibition of ribbon embroidery and a number of interesting demonstrations, there will much to make it an interesting day. If you can, come along and enjoy.
And, on December 3rd 2016 you will find us at the the The Makit LQ & N Christmas Fair at Cranmore Park in Solihull. This is the biggest UK event of the year, an extravaganza of over 70 suppliers, exhibitions and seminars which also covers other needlecrafts besides all your favourite lacemaking and tatting suppliers. This is the mix, backed by excellent support by the organisers, that worked so well last year and will be sure to do so again this time. We look forward to seeing you there.
Give us a call or drop us an e-mail before either of these events if you have specific items you would like us to reserve for you without obligation.
Makit Fairs are the organisers of three major fairs each year and you will always find us there. Click the above start button to watch the Makit video – to see and hear Pam – and others that you may recognise – filmed when we were at the Peterborough event earlier this year.
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