Saturday 10th May sees the return of the now established Craft Fair at Trinity Theatre which feature local makers and artists.The one day event organised by Jo Roberts and Stephanie Brushfield of local event company, Appleducks (www.appleducks.com) will feature new sellers as well as a few favourites from previous events including Snapdragon Designs who were a huge hit with their “Game of Thrones” laser cut jewellery at their April event .
“ We pride ourselves on bringing new and unusual makers to our events” says Stephanie Brushfield co-founder of Appleducks.“I think we have certainly achieved that for Handmade with Love at Trinity and are sure the people of Tunbridge Wells will once again be pleased with the choice, quality and affordability of the goods that will be on sale”
Doors open at 10am and as usual, Appleducks have some extra touches to the event that will make it special including a limited number of the crafting magazine, Handmade Living which will be handed out to visitors.
Stephanie adds – “Our November event welcomed Tunbridge Wells choir group, “CREATE” who performed “flashmob” style within the heart of the craft fair. I have goosebumps now remembering it!”Tunbridge Wells Town crier John Scholey will also be pounding the streets of Tunbridge Wells spreading the good news about this high quality craft fair.Jo says “ We love to use the Town Crier and the people of Tunbridge Wells do too. John “cried” to the town at our last event and delighted the shoppers in Royal Victoria Place by starting his proclamation in the centre”.
Trinity Theatre on Church Road in Tunbridge Wells is located in the centre of Tunbridge Wells and is a vibrant theatre in one of the most beautiful buildings in the region,. Handmade with Love gives visitors the chance to see the beautiful stained glass window, usually concealed behind metres of stage curtains ! It hosts around 350 events a year and has great charm as a venue. There is also a café which serves a great choice of delicious cakes and sandwiches.Entry will be just £3 and children under 14 are free.