Summer Craft Fair at Long Melford 2022
We will be returning to Long Melford for an 11th year, with our Summer fair taking place over four rooms in the characterful Old School. This fair will feature makers and artists from the East Anglian region.
If you’re looking for a nice day out for Father’s Day then our fair will be a great place to browse and buy some quality, original crafts & art.
The beautiful and historic village of Long Melford is a popular place to visit for the day, with it’s wonderful restaurants, pubs & cafes along the High Street and beyond. Long Melford has a wealth of historic buildings and is surrounded by the lovely Suffolk countryside so there are some great walks both in and around the village. https://visitlongmelford.co.uk/
This event showcases quality handmade crafts, with makers selling a range of items to suit all pockets. There will be a wide variety of art & crafts such as ceramics, woodturned products, textiles, glass, soaps, candles, jewellery, prints, cards and more.
Makers include Capricorn Crafts, makers of wooden toys and gifts; woodturner Glyn Hall; glass by the Little Lime Design Company; sculptures by The Happy Hare Co; Peter Deans Ceramics and Nanuk Jewellery. A full list of makers will be on our website a week before the event. WE ARE CURRENTLY ADDING MAKERS ATTENDING THIS FAIR TO THIS PAGE…more to follow.
Many stallholders take commissions and so this event gives shoppers the opportunity to place bespoke orders.
There will be refreshments available on the day provided by Zoe from https://www.facebook.com/vintageandcreamsuffolk. In addition to lots of lovely cake, there will also be bacon and other sandwiches to choose from. Plus a Father’s Day Cream Tea Special will be on offer.
Please note that not all stallholders take card payments and so it is advisable to bring along some cash to the fairs.
There is a large public car park next to the venue, for which they ask for a donation.
If you are interested in running a stall for your craft products at this event, please apply on our dedicated Become A Stall Holder page.
Photo: Derek Smith Sculpture