If you were able to swing by our Spring Brighton Craftaganza craft market last weekend and liked what you saw, chances are you’ll also enjoy the Fairy Tale Fair in Patcham this Saturday. The Fairy Tale Fair has a whimsical take on craft fairs is most definitely fun for all the family. Launched in Summer 2012 The Fairy Tale Fair is back this Spring for it’s third fair. The debut August fair and Christmas special in November were both huge successes and have received rave reviews from local press, visitors and stall holders alike.
Saturday the 9th March 2013 (10.30am – 4.30pm) will see Patcham Methodist Church (Ladies Mile Road, Patcham, Brighton) filled with over 35 craft stalls. These will include prints, jewellery, handmade creations, a craft workshop room, vintage items, accessories, face painting, beauty and a vintage themed tearoom with lots of homemade yummy treats! The day is designed to bring the community together and as a great day out for all ages.
The Fairy Tale Fair is the creation of Claire Montgomery. Claire is a Brighton based designer and illustrator who graduated in 2011. Since then she has gone on to work full time at Republique- a design studio in Hove, create her own greeting card range and most recently has launched her own laser cut jewellery range. You can find out more about Claire’s creations on her website.
Claire will be just one of the talented stall holders at The Fairy Tale Fair with unique, handmade Mother’s day and Easter gifts. Entry is FREE so bring along the whole family and all your friends! Please see their blog for interviews, updates, location and links to social accounts. Don’t miss out- it’s going to be magical!