of a series of new craft fairs to be held today in Berrow
first in a series of free craft fairs will be held in Berrow today
(Saturday, 12th May).
of locally made craftworks will be on display during the event
at the Berrow Inn from 11am.
Around 40 stalls will be set up by local crafters and traders,
offering a selection of handmade goods, woodcraft, craft items,
confectionery and cakes.
Spriggs, Manager of the Berrow Inn, told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "There
will be a wide range of different crafts and local products being
sold. With over 40 different stalls, this will be one of the largest
craft fairs in the Burnham-On-Sea area."
will be a great family day out, with something for everyone. As
well as the stalls, we will have local produce, local beers, live
music, a new children's play area and excellent food and a bar."
added: "Anyone who is coming from Burnham will be able to
travel here for free as we will be running a shuttle service throughout
the day from the BIARS Tourist Information Centre on the town's
new craft fair is being opened by The National Trust, and Burnham's
new Mayor, Ken Smout, has also been invited along.
event is free entry, but donations will be invited for local charities
including BIARS. The stalls will remain open until at least 5pm
and some may continue into the evening.