The Larder Cafe in Preston is holding Christmas mini-market events with local artists and craftspeople.Advertisement
The ‘Made for Christmas’ events begin on Saturday 30 October, from 1.30pm to 4.00pm, and will run each Saturday until Christmas.
The cafe has now invited artists, photographers, craftspeople and makers to book a table and sell their wares.
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Handknitted items are available from the Knitting Cafe at The Larder community knitting group, with all proceeds going to The Larder ‘Kids in the Kitchen’ programme.
Also available are art and crafts from The Crafty Hebridean Joey Black, framed photographs of Preston from Lisa Brown, handmade cards from Diane Stephens and Vine House, and handmade baby and toddler clothes from designer Ruby Henderson.
The additional dates for ‘Made for Christmas’ are:
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Stalls are £10 for half a day, £20 for the day or 10 per cent commission on sales if longer.
Some stalls have been booked, but the cafe is actively seeking more artists, craftspeople and makers for the additional dates.
To book stalls, contact Joey Black by email – firstname.lastname@example.org
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