Annual Ludham Arts and Crafts Fair brings out creativity of village
- Credit: Maurice Gray
St Catherine's Church became a hub of creativity as it hosted its 12th annual Ludham Arts and Crafts Fair.
More than 50 stalls were set up inside the church walls, with so many contributors that displays spilled out into the churchyard.
Held over two days on April 29 and 30, the event saw a vast array of works on show, from stained glass, to jewellery and engravings to bird boxes.
There were also paintings, models and sculptures clocks on display, as well as demonstrations of knitting, embroidery, clock making, spinning, pottery and sheep sheering.
Organiser, Christine Wall, said she was so grateful for all the support given to make the event such a success.
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She said: 'During the events we have organised over the years, we have had an increasing response, which is fantastic.'
The event is part of the Ludham Festival, which sees a program of arts, music and heritage events spread over nine months in the village.
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