It's a wrap: Snuggly Bobble Scarves
by Harrogate-based Sophielikes.com.
which will be at the event. The firm
showcases the emerging talent
More than 200 craftspeople, independent retailers and small businesses from around the region will converge on Harrogate International Centre for the event from 29 November until 2 December.
"It’s exciting to extend the shows from London and give something back to Yorkshire, where many of our favourite country brands originate from.
|Down to a tea ... a simple tea cosy|
inspired our love of a cuppa made by Richmond-based
Caroline Watts Embroidery.
The fair, which runs from 10am–5pm Thursday to Saturday and 10am–4pm on the Sunday, will also feature workshops and food and lifestyle theatres.
Visitors will have the opportunity to get creative making Christmas cards and wreaths and decorating gingerbread houses or take on some expert advice from interior design expert Carole Ann Shepherd who will be on hand with tips on home staging, and creating fabulous themed rooms.
Betty’s Bakery is sharing top tips, along with Phil Leverington from No Reservations and Sciolti Chocolates will be showing visitors how to get the party started with vodka flavoured chocolates.
An additional treat is a special presentation from Rudding Park's Stephanie Moon, winner of the Great British Menu, who will be taking guests through how to create the perfect Christmas dinner, followed by wine-tasting from Bluebell Vineyard.
Tickets are available in advance from £10. VIP tickets are also available providing access to the exclusive VIP lounge area with a number of additional benefits.
Further information is available at http://www.countrylivingfair.com/harrogate