Saturday 28th July 2018 9:30am - 3:00pm

Location: Main Street, Sedbergh

Contact: Andi Chapple


Admission: Admission free

Local businesses are represented by photography from Bill Lowis’s Sedbergh Landscapes, Farfield Mill with art and craft items and information about their venue, Fell and Dale selling cards and books reflecting local heritage, delicious fudge from Fudgeadoodledoo!, Lakeland Reflections with fused glass from Craftworkshop, hen, duck and goose eggs from Lamb Paddock Farm, Thai street food from Noolek, Ollie Collie with collie-themed souvenirs and gifts and The Hobby House with weaving, spinning and much more.

Other craft stalls are A Bit of a Buzz with beeswax candles and polish, hand crafted bags and crochet scarves from Bags of Fun, Enjayspun with spun and dyed yarn, hand knitting and bags, Jen’s Felt and Threads with felt landscapes, bags and cushions, scents for him and her from Lakeland Fragrances, crochet, sewn items and alterations from Meow and Fudge, silver jewellery and wooden kitchen items from RS Wood Gems, glamorous jewellery from Scalia Creations and The Twig Pen People with their twig pens.

Other cold food and drink comes from All Greek to Me’s olives, dips and famous baklava, Choco-Lori of Grange’s hand-made chocolates, Chocs Away of Kendal’s chocolates and sweets, Wednesday market regular Elephant and Camel Cafe’s sweet and savoury vegan and/or gluten free snacks, Fatjax Chutney with assorted chutneys, relishes and hot sauces, gin and Yorkshire tonic water from Haworth Gin, cakes and cupcakes from Queen of Tarts, cooking sauces from Saucy Mare, Shaw Meats with meat, game, cured meat and salami, Sue’s Bread with vegan bread, morsels and bready meals, The Cumbrian Pie Company with savoury pork and vegetarian pies and Thornby Moor Dairy’s raw milk cow and goat artisan cheeses.

Last but by no means least is an information stall from Sedbergh Community Swifts.

Please think about visitors less mobile than yourselves and park if you can in Loftus Hill car park and along Back Lane and Long Lane.