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EVENTS

Transition Kings Cliffe Christmas Fair 2024

Due to a lack of volunteer resource sadly there is no plan to run our Christmas Fair this year. We have worker bees but no-one to project manage the whole event. If this is something you would be interested in please contact kate@transitionkingscliffe.org.uk

Below is a list of stallholders that attended the fair in 2023, along with website/contact details if available. They are all small local independent businesses with a good ethic. If you would like to reduce your shopping carbon footprint and make a small business very happy please support them.

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Avoid the Mall - Shop at the Village Hall

The following is list of stallholders that attended the fair in 2023. Where available you'll find a link to their website/FB page so you can buy local. 

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Food & Drink by:

Kings Cliffe Brewery Bar - Website : Facebook

Cafe from the Village Tea Ladies

El Ajolote Mexican - Facebook

Jim Bob's Burgers from the Cross Keys

Penny's Homemade - Facebook

The Pickled Village - Website

The Crumbled Biscuit - Facebook

Health & Well-Being by:

Art, Cards & Photography by:

Jeni Cairns, Juniper House - Website

Kate Fensom, Artist - Website

Claire Anstee Cards

Creative Crafts by:

Ali & Rosie Bond - Baubles, Illustration & Embroidery

Artefacts Invernizzi - Facebook

The Burning Bean Co. - Website : Facebook

Charity Christmas cards by Carol Randall

Chris's Fork Emporium: Website

Corinne Duncan, Bells & Whistles

Gabrielle Richardson Ceramics - Website
Hana Smid, Jasminka Pots - Facebook

June Hakes, Upholstery 

ShooSo by Lucia Hyams - Website

Lucy Warren, Yarnicorn

Handmade by Nadia Rose - Website : Facebook 

Pam Orme Pottery - Website

Patrick Ryan, Wood Turning 

Rob Bibby Ceramics - Website : Facebook 

Sue Kirk Willow Baskets - Website

Sunday + Woods - Etsy

Bob the Lobster by Sue Moffat

Christmas Trees by:

Mike & Ellie Feeney - Facebook

Pure Aromatherapy - Website : Facebook

PREVIOUS EVENTS

Green Gardening Talks

Gardening in a sustainable & environmentally friendly way

Sunday 23rd July, 12.30 to 16.30 - SOLD OUT!

We will be hosting a series of Green Gardening talks covering topics that will help you garden in a more sustainable and environmentally friendly way. 

Nick Bailey has kindly agreed to talk to us about 5 beautiful ways to support wildlife in your garden: A Talk on the Wild Side. Nick is a leading English plantsman and garden designer. He splits his time between designing gardens, horticultural consultancy, public speaking, and writing and presenting on BBC Gardeners’ World. He has recently moved to Kings Cliffe – how lucky are we!

 

Matthew Kirk will share his knowledge and experience to give us an introduction to no-dig organic veggie gardening.

 

Our local biodiversity champion Charles Tomalin will be talking to us about ways in which you can help wildlife feel at home in your garden: Building Creature Comforts. He will be focusing on creating shelters and safe areas for all manner of critters from insects to mammals to birds.

Green Gardening Talks.

Yummy refreshments will be available throughout: Tea and coffee, home-made cakes and cream teas, home-made veggie and meaty sausage rolls. And why not treat yourself to a glass of refreshing Pimms, with home-grown cucumber and mint of course.

The event will be hosted in the Upper Community Room at Kings Cliffe Active. Some tickets are still available at £10 each. For more information or to reserve tickets in advance please contact Kate at: kate@transitionkingscliffe.org.uk or call: 07961 499018.

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