Trade stands and demonstrator information

Each year Ickworth holds a Wood and Craft fair and a Wool Fair - This year we have made some changes to the Wool fair and have re-named it Ickworth’s Country Estate Fayre.

About Ickworth’s Country Estate Fayre

We started our first Wool Fair in 2014 and for its very first outing it was a huge success. Many of our stall holders have returned year after year, and we thank you for giving us some really good feedback.

For our fair we would like to continue as we started and provide a wonderful balance between specialist wool stalls, guilds, traditions and skills.

But for 2018, we’d like to introduce new entertainment, country skills and traditions, storytelling and country living.

About Ickworth’s Wood & Craft Fair

Ickworth’s Wood Fair was originally established to sell wood felled during the great storm of October 1987. The conservation management of Ickworth’s parkland has ensured a supply of wood for the annual sale ever since. Now in its 29th year, we generally attract around 7,000 people over the weekend and it has developed over the years broadening its appeal, selling and demonstrating many specialist wood crafts but also a wide variety of handmade crafts including pottery, art, photos, jewellery and much more, hence the change of name to Wood & Craft Fair.

The Ickworth wood sold over the weekend includes native and exotic species (such as oak, cedar, cypress, pine, beech and ash), seasoned and green milled wood.

Interested in having a pitch?

We would like to welcome any new stalls that would fit into the themes of our two fairs and should you be interested would welcome an application form.

PDF forms can be downloaded above. Please send all forms to via email to rosie.mcvey@nationaltrust.org.uk or by post to Rosie McVey, Ickworth House Park and Gardens, Horringer, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, IP29 5QE