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Hadleigh Craft Fair this weekend

The Hadleigh Craft & Food Fair is back again on Sunday 4th November, just at the right time for all your Christmas present ideas.

The Fair takes place at the Town Hall Complex in the Market Place, and again, as in previous years, will fill all four rooms with delights for all tastes!

The Fair starts up stairs (or lift) in the Grand Hall (Hall 1) this room is full of knit wear, Jewellery, hand made cards, bags, books and wood burning to name a few. Then, up the stairs to the Old Town Hall (Hall 2) where you will find cushions, jigsaws, tutus, wood turning, and humours gifts. The Council Chamber is the next stop (Hall 3), which includes soaps, cards, lavender dolls, bags and Jewellery. And last but not least the Guild Room (Hall 4) this is the food hall, which this year is packed with food items including cupcakes, cheese and pies, fruit and vegetable, pickles and preserves, home brew kits, doughnuts, fresh bread and also some china wear too to display all your yummy treats on when you get home.

There are two entrances to the Fair one at the front of the Town Hall complex which starts at Hall 1 the other is opposite St Mary’s Church which starts with Hall 4. You can park in the car park next to Barclay’s bank or in the large car park behind Co-op and both car parks are free of charge.

The Craft Fair is open from 10am until 4pm, entry is £1 each for adults and 50p to wheelchair uses as limited entry to only Hall 1 and 4 due to the building lay out, under 14’s are free with a paying adult. This event is organised and run by a voluntary group called the Hadleigh Town Forum who hold events including the Hadleigh Christmas lighting up, which this year is on Sunday 2nd December.

For more info about the Craft Fair or any of the other events that the Forum hold including pictures and videos from previous events please visit their website at www.hadleighents.webs.com or contact Trev on hadleighents@aol.com

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