Saturday 26th May 2018 9:30am - 3:00pm

Location: Main Street, Sedbergh

Contact: Andi Chapple

Email: office@sedbergh.org.uk

Admission: Admission free

Local businesses are represented by photography from Bill Lowis’s Sedbergh Landscapes, Fell and Dale, selling cards and books reflecting local heritage, Fulgorine with clay polymer jewellery and Lakeland Reflections with fused glass from Craftworkshop, Lamb Paddock Farm with hen, duck and goose eggs, Thai street food from Noolek and The Hobby House from Farfield Mill with weaving, spinning and much more.

Other craft stalls are A Bit of a Buzz with beeswax candles and polish, Enjayspun with spun and dyed yarn, hand knitting and bags, Jen’s Felt and Threads with felted landscapes and bags, quirky upcycled miniature sculpture from Jitterbugs, 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, The Twig Pen People with their twig pens, Westmorland Soaperie with cold process soap, wooden utensils and sheepskins from YP Coppice Crafts and Yan Tan Tethra with crochet, sewn items and bags.

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, Christina’s Home-made Fudge, Les aventures d’Alice serving cremant (French sparkling wine) and coffee with and without cognac, Shed 1 Distillery from Ulverston with their very special gins, Paul Singh’s vegetarian samosas, Sue’s Bread with vegan bread, morsels and bready meals and The Cumbrian Pie Company.

Other hot food stalls will be Cheeky Squealers (hot dogs and bacon sandwiches from home-reared pigs), Flippin’ Good Pancakes with sweet and savoury offerings and Food in the Fells from Ambleside with baked potatoes, soups, burgers and stews.

Last but by no means least are information stalls from Sedbergh Community Swifts and Sedbergh Dementia Action Alliance.

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.

Some other events in May 2018

Saturday 19th May 2018 - Sunday 20th May 2018 10:00am - 4:00pm

Crewelwork workshop with Sara Dennis

You will learn a variety of Jacobean stitches using Appleton’s crewel wool. This technique enjoys an element of fantasy with pink animals, blue trees and purple landscapes; so stitches combine with outrageous colours to create weird and wonderful dioramas. As a twist on the traditional I also incorporate designs using established stitches with monochromes; you can decide.

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Sunday 20th May 2018 11:00am - 3:00pm

Try a Sail Day

Killington Sailing Association invite you to come to Killington Lake (on the tops near the M6) for a taste of small boat sailing. Experienced coaches, good company, fantastic views.

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Tuesday 22nd May 2018 - Wednesday 23rd May 2018 10:00am - 4:00pm

“Become a Weaver” weaving workshop with Jan Beadle

If you know the basics, maybe set up your own loom and woven some patterns, or have never done any weaving before and would love to have ago this is the course for you!

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Saturday 26th May 2018 - Sunday 27th May 2018 2:00pm - 5:00pm

Open Gardens at Gate And Gate Stables

The gardens at Gate Manor and Gate Stables will be open during the bank holiday weekend in aid of St Andrew’s church in Dent.

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