Bert & Gert’s bringing a fab and diverse artisan craft market to our Easter Fayre! - Custard Factory

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Bert & Gert’s bringing a fab and diverse artisan craft market to our Easter Fayre!

Posted by Chris Pettitt on March 29, 2017

Our wonderful Easter Fayre on Saturday 15th April is going to be a bumper day of fun, food and frolics. Not only are we launching our new #StreetFoodSaturday event on the day, but we also have a host of exciting activities for all the family, including cake decorating, the Botanical Gardens ‘Grow Your Own’ challenge, an Easter Egg hunt plus lots more!

Alongside all of this, craft market curators Bert & Gert’s have brought together over twenty of their best exhibitors for an artisan market at our Easter Fayre. The stallholders will include artists, bespoke jewellers, jam makers, calligraphers as well as many more local independent producers.

Here’s who you can expect to find at the Bert & Gert’s Craft Market:

Bert & Gert’s Market – Homewares and own craft range
Paulasabout Original Artist – Original art
Queen Of Cups – China pin cushions and jewelled up cycled creations
FeFiFo Ltd – FeFiFo celebratory cards, art works, textile pieces (currently such as cushions and Kimonos)
Jacky’s Pantry – Homemade jams, marmalades, chutneys and relishes

Yummmylicious Foods & Jams – Jams and spreads
Beltane Gifts – Giant knitting needles and kits, giant crochet hooks, yarn, and knitted items. Photo and lino print cards, handmade pendants and hand painted pendants
Wyrdwood Studio – Designer maker – Sterling silver Jewellery, Handmade Danish Bobbin lace, Hand Engraved Glass items
Cloonans Vintage Clothing – Vintage tweed jackets

Clem Chakki – Silver jewellery
Concrete Lady – Homemade garden sculptures
I Had One Of Those – Retro sweets
Page2Page Book Club (Usborne Books) – Children’s books
Steve Lil Art – Original art
Made With Fudge – Traditional sweets
Little Pops Photography – Stylish & fun photography
Anaisarts – African art
Okie Mo – Clothing and character dolls
Sarah’s Characteristics – Framed mini figures

Hairbows – Hair accessories
The Lone Wool Works – Needle felted gifts
Fox Soup – Tees, beanies, cards prints etc
Fallen Saint/My Vintage Prints – Dictionary prints and card game art work


Nita Bastock – Hand sewn items in aid of charity
The Original Purse – Homemade coin purses and other sewn items
Glenville Lindsay – Glassware
Mercury Gifts – Mosaic candleholders
Andrew J Mason – Hand painted calligraphy, on to glass and wood, including gilded letters
Re-Loved – Ladies and gentlemen’s clothing and accessories; 1940’s-1980’s

…and Bert & Gert’s will be announcing more of their exhibitors soon – for that and all other updates from the Custard Factory Easter Fayre, head over to the Facebook event now!