GALLERY: Long Sutton Barns gearing up for monthly craft fair which promises to have something for everyone

16:21 03 June 2014

Long Sutton Barns is holding a craft fair.

Long Sutton Barns is holding a craft fair.

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Long Sutton Barns hosts its monthly craft fair this weekend.

The former warehouse, which was transformed by volunteers in February, is enjoying a second life as a centre showcasing local arts and crafts.

There will be 35 craft stalls exhibiting everything from wool craft to stained glass.

New exhibitors include vegan soaps and handbags made from old vinyl records.

Tomorrow, in addition to the craft fair, there will be a mini boot fair.

An animal fun day has been organised on Sunday, which will include lamb feeding, sheep sheering and piglets running a-mock.

There will be a hog roast and, weather permitting, a turning display and lampwork display outside.

The craft fair runs from 10am-4pm on June 7 and 8.

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