New season of makers’ markets to start in Fakenham on Saturday

Antoinette Bix and Jeff Appleton of Moonbrush Wood Studios, who are part of the Fakenham Makers' Mar

Antoinette Bix and Jeff Appleton of Moonbrush Wood Studios, who are part of the Fakenham Makers' Market - Credit: Archant

The new season of Fakenham Makers' Markets begins on Saturday.

The markets are entirely devoted to arts and crafts handmade by the stallholders and entry is free. Each market also features handmade refreshments and live music.

The market is entering its third year and has built a reputation for the high quality of the arts and crafts sold as well as for the warmth of the atmosphere and community ethos which has been developed.

The markets also continues to support Fakenham's Barnardo's Helpers Group.

There will be eight markets this year, all held at Fakenham Parish Church, with Saturday's event between 10am and 2pm.

If you are a maker or artist and wish to apply for a stall at future markets, complete the application form at www.fakenhammakersmarket.co.uk

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