Picture Post: Welbeck Annual Food and Craft Market

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The last weekend of November saw Welbeck’s annual Arts & Food Market, Charlotte from Welbeck Farm Shop shares their experiences:

The weather caused a few problems (you can read more about that here) but everyone pulled together and braved the elements. It was a fantastic weekend with many wonderful items available to purchase.

With Christmas around the corner, we have a fantastic giveaway running until Sunday 8 December, where you can win a Welbeck Farm Shop Christmas Hamper containing products by some of the featured suppliers. To enter click here.

 

Photographs

1) Apple juice & compote by John Starkey. 2) Boutique Aromatique‘s handmade marshmallows. 3) Dotty About Jam 4) Tuxford Windmill. 5) Welbeck Farm Shop‘s chef Neil making hot roast pork sandwiches. 6) The Welbeck Restaurant at Dukeries Garden Centre. 7) Dukeries College Band. 8) Trinity Forge. 9) Ellie Evans. 10) Elizabeth Terzza‘s jewellery inspired by things found on woodland walks. 11) Pottery Postcards by Charlotte E Dredge. 12) Contemporary Ceramics from Jesicca Steel. 13 & 14) Pieces by Waller Hewett, including their kinetic wall art. 15) Diddly Doodles, the lovely work of a 5 year old girl raising money for The Children’s Hospital Charity. 16 & 17) Paperwork by Hannah Lobley developed after she accidentally left a book out in the rain. 18 & 19) Wapentac. 20) Hattie Startin.

I had a wonderful time meeting many of the stallholders and buying some festive treats. The market is an annual event and it is usually held on the last weekend in November. It is the perfect place to find something special.

I would like to thank Experience Nottinghamshire for inviting me to write a guest post. I can usually be found at my blog, Tails Of The Welbeck Farm Shop.

Posted on 03 December 2012
Featured author: Dale Web Marketing Officer

A Mansfield lad who likes reading, running and red wine.

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