Frolic with Magickal Creatures at The Enchanted Spring Ball

Posted on - 27th February, 2013 - 10:17pm | Author - | Posted in - What's On in Preston



Ever been a room full of Gnomes, Elves, Pixies and Wizards?

Here is you chance to enter a netherworld of fantasy and imagination at the Enchanted Spring Ball and Craft Fayre taking place in June at the Masonic Hall, Preston.

The Craft Fayre features a large colourful array of stalls with handcrafted wares as well as tarot readers, healers and crafts. Stallholders include The Fairy Sanctuary, Ye Olde Wyrd Shoppe, Cluthas Cave, Popping Pixie, Crafty Alys, Foxglovefae Creations & FAE-9 Pet Wings so plenty of opportunities to stock up on potions, fancies and fripperies.

With storytelling and workshops for the kiddies and a book signing and storytelling by author Siusaidh Ceanadach at the Fayre.

The evening will see a transformation into the magickal realm of Faeries and Goblins.

The Enchanted Ball will entertain with live entertainment to help you magic the night away. There will be music from Flutatious, Fay Brotherhood’s Cernewoda and Cernunnos Rising.

The Fayre is free but the Ball is £20. Order your tickets to the Ball HERE

Date: 1 June 2013
Time: 10am to 4pm (Fayre) – 8pm to midnight (Ball)
Venue: Masonic Hall, Saul Street, Preston PR1 2QU

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