The Festival of Creativity and wellbeing is an opportunity for the people of Coventry to experience and connect with creativity. Bringing together as many passionate creatives/group/organisations as possible in one event so the community can experience and connect with creativity in many different ways.
Derbyshire, Herefordshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Northamptonshire, Nottinghamshire, Shropshire, Staffordshire, Warwickshire, West Midlands, Worcestershire
The annual festival will have stalls selling needlefelting products, quilting and dressmaking fabrics, handmade bags, fabric items, fabric kits to make pictures, greeting cards, knitting and crochet wools and kits and more!
2019 Artisan Cheese Fair
Last year around 70 Artisan Cheese Makers from across Britain and Ireland attended. They make between them roughly 300 cheeses.
This year we’re hoping for around 60 – 70 cheese makers.
Some of them produce the UK’s rarest cheeses only available direct from the cheese maker.
All undercover – so don’t let the weather put you off! Entry £5, children <16 free. For advanced tickets £4 click here
Full programme of talks, tastings and demonstrations from industry experts.
Besides cheese, there will be wine, cakes, beer, chutneys, Melton Mowbray’s famous Pork Pie and more
There is coach parking available on site for up to 50 coaches at the Cattle Market and driver offers are available on request from Matthew O’Callaghan on 07894 229499 or email email@example.com
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