Makers in Sherwood Forest for Easter Sunday craft fair
Makers from across the region will be at RSPB Sherwood Forest in Edwinstowe on Easter Sunday (31st March 2024) for the nature reserve’s second artisan craft fair.
Unique creations made from glass, ceramics and willow are among the diverse range of items that visitors can browse and buy.
There will be artists, willow weavers and even goodies for pets at this year’s event, which runs from 10am-4pm at the reserve’s events green.
Jess Dumoulin, Visitor Experience Manager at RSPB Sherwood Forest, said: “Crafters and makers have frequently been a vital part of our events programme at Sherwood, and our craft workshops led by local artisans have proved really popular over the past 12 months.
“So, it’s great to have a craft fair which puts the spotlight on the crafters and makers themselves. We’re hoping for some Easter sunshine to help with that too by bringing in visitors to see and perhaps purchase something unique to take home with them.”
The full list of traders is:
Drynosdog Designs- Glassware and slate designs inspired by wildlife.
Moonsea Divination & Gyftware – Tarot reading and runecasting.
Anachronalia – Bookbinder making bespoke and book-related items.
Minimiglets Crochet – Crochet plushies.
Melissa Jan Art- Nature-inspired artist.
Sarah Brabbin – Sculptor and artist.
Sherwood Crafts – RSPB volunteers running craft activities.
Grizzly Paw Design- Spoon carver, stick maker and leather crafter.
Pure Paws – Eco friendly pet surprises.
David Evans (Forest Edge Fine Art Studio) – Willow weaving and artwork.
Forest Fables Décor – Handmade mushroom cottagecore wreaths & mini log worlds
RhodesAnnals Designs – Handmade Knits and hats, jewellery, bags and accessories.
Littlepastapod – Seasonal pasta dishes.
East View Designs – Personalised prints and sea glass art.
Parking for the event will be in the reserve’s main car park on Swinecote Road and accessible car park at the Visitor Centre in Forest Corner.
There is a parking charge of £5 per vehicle per day, but entry to the reserve and the fair is free.
For more information, visit our Events page.