All the fun of the winter fair at Lydford Gorge
The annual winter fair for 2018 will be held over two days, Saturday 1 and Sunday 2 December, 11am to 3pm. It is a great chance to purchase some unique gifts and decorations ready for Christmas. There will be a campfire to warm your hands and ranger activities for the children.
There will be a range of local craft and food producers showing off their wares. With stalls to tempt you selling honey, textiles, woollens, glassware, jewellery and more.
Ursula Mann is a Devon-based lampwork artist and jewellery-maker exploring depth and colour in her unique glass creations. Using precious metal leaf, glass enamel and reactive glass, Ursula creates small works of wearable art.
Bluebell love is run by Liz Harwood from her Dartmoor studio. She hand prints her own fabric designs inspired by the Devonshire countryside onto 100% cotton which she then uses to create unique home accessories and gifts.
The Dartmoor yarn company sell 100% British wool which comes from ethically treated small flocks that graze around the Dartmoor area. They also have excellent knitting kits for all, often inspired by the inhabitants of Dartmoor.
Vintage Silver Workshop will be visiting the Lydford Gorge winter fair again this year, with unique jewellery from vintage silver - all pieces are made using a mix of antique and new silver, often incorporating old ‘things’ found in antiques fairs. Rarely do two pieces ever turn out exactly the same and the larger repurposed pieces are all sold with their ‘Repurposing Certificate’ from Goldsmiths in London, where Julie is registered as a Silversmith.
Tor Bells are a family handbell team from Okehampton, Devon. They will be entertaining us on Sunday with a collection of tunes with a Christmas theme.