Craft Fairs · Out & About in Kent

Whitefriars – New Food and Craft Market in Canterbury

I’m so pleased to be stocking a range of my handmade jewellery in the new Whitefriars Food and Craft Market in the beautiful city of Canterbury! This vibrant pop up shop in the retail centre of Canterbury, is packed full of gorgeous handmade goods, gifts and produce, all from Kentish Makers and local businesses. Whitefriars… Continue reading Whitefriars – New Food and Craft Market in Canterbury

Craft Fairs · Out & About in Kent

Kentish Made – Celebrating Local and Handmade

Last November, I was lucky enough to be involved in an exciting pop- up shop held in the village where I live. Katie, the owner of luxury handmade accessories brand Marmaduke Scarlet lives in a beautiful beamed house situated right at the top of the hill. This lovely old house used to be a grocery… Continue reading Kentish Made – Celebrating Local and Handmade

Craft Fairs · Out & About in Kent

A Wedding Fayre in Staplehurst

Last Saturday I attended a Wedding Fayre in my home village of Staplehurst. The fayre was organised by Donna from Bombalicious who makes gorgeous bath bombsΒ and soaps that make perfect wedding favours! Staplehurst has a beautiful Norman church and it was a lovely idea for the wedding fayre to be held there.   It was… Continue reading A Wedding Fayre in Staplehurst

Craft Fairs · Out & About in Kent

A Visit to The Wealden Times Midsummer Fair

A fortnight ago, I paid a visit to the Wealden Times Midsummer Fair. This annual summer fair showcases lots of lovely businesses, many of them local.Β  All exhibitors are hand-picked for their high quality, craftmanship and design. The Midsummer fair was held at the beautiful Hole Park Gardens in Rolvenden, Kent. This rural Kent village… Continue reading A Visit to The Wealden Times Midsummer Fair

Out & About in Kent

A Walk in The Bluebell Woods

May bank holiday weekend, we decided to make the most of the sunshine and visit our favourite bluebell woods. During late April and early May, the woods on the National Trust Sissinghurst Castle estate are carpeted with bluebells. We’ve been eagerly awaiting their arrival all through this dismal Spring and when we finally saw them,… Continue reading A Walk in The Bluebell Woods