The Magpie Centre to throw craft and country fair this summer

Riding for the Disabled charity, based at Wallington Hall. Picture: Ian Burt

Riding for the Disabled charity, based at Wallington Hall. Picture: Ian Burt - Credit: Ian Burt

The Magpie Centre in South Runcton are throwing a craft and country fair which is promised to be a fun day out for the family.

The fair will take place at Wallington Hall, home of West Norfolk Riding for the Disabled, on Sunday, August 20.

A demonstration will be given by Paralympic show jumper Susi Rogers-Hartley, who many will remember from the Lloyds bank TV advert.

There will be a pet's corner for those not wanting to leave their furry friends behind, suitable for small pets and reptiles.

Vintage car lovers can look forward to a display of classic cars, tractors and motorbikes, or if you're an arty type there will be an indoor craft fair filled with demonstrations ranging from fused glass to spinning and wool crafts.

If you prefer to enjoy the fresh air you can visit the llamas and alpacas, or enjoy a carriage drive. For more information, visit The Magpie Centre website here.


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