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Heron Lodge Food and Craft Fair in Wroxham

Countdown is on to the first Heron Lodge Food and Craft Fair in Wroxham!   Increasing numbers of Norfolk traders and food artisans are signing up for the first Heron Lodge Food and Craft Fair in Wroxham on Saturday, April 21.   Come along to the Kingsley Healthcare run care home in Norwich Road between 10am and 4pm to find a rich array of unusual gifts from sugar beat hopped gin and vodka and gin soap made by Pell and Co (http://www.pellandcospirits.com/) to Neatishead wood craftsman Paul Williams’ range of wood-crafted gifts from high quality pens to Food Safe chopping boards (https://www.wwww.uk.net/).   Self-taught “Wacky Wood Turner” Joshua Hubbard, who says his greatest delight is “taking a lump of tree and creating something beautiful out of it”, will be exhibiting gifts ranging from trinkets such as keyrings and jewellery pots to large items such as clocks, lamps and coffee tables.   Clare Olley will be bringing her crocheted pots and baskets made from jute rope and twine while Nina Bligh will be displaying her distinctive hand-painted pebble art.   More than 20 high quality exhibitors will be brought together in garden marquees and inside the house.   “Some of the artisans will be demonstrating during the fair at an inspiring workshop for residents and visitors,” said Mr Williams, who has helped to organise what is hoped will become an important annual event.   Proceeds from the fair will support the air cadets in Hoveton and the residents’ fund for extra activities.   Find more about Heron Lodge: http://bit.ly/2titjG7


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