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More Herts Craft Collective Excitement

Here’s a photo of our table at Hertfordshire Craft Collective at Battlers Green farm!

BGF Table

 

Funnily enough, we’re next to Barry who makes amazing things out of wood, including some of our soap mould casings!

Newsflash!

DSC_0246Exciting news! You can now find our products at the Herts Vintage & Craft Collective at Battlers Green Farm Rural Shopping Village in Radlett, Hertfordshire. (This is what I bought the slice of Chesham Bois Elm for!)

We visited the Farm with my mum a few weeks ago to check it out, and thoroughly enjoyed looking around the different units where you can find prestigious brands, high quality furniture and interiors, food, drink, spices, wines…and the Bull Pen tea rooms and restaurant which did an AMAZING chicken pie.

The Craft Studio barn is located through the arch and round the back of the Bull Pen – follow the signs!

Herts Craft Collective

Herts Vintage & Craft Collective, 5a Battlers Green Farm, Radlett, WD7 8PH

http://www.hertfordshirecraftcollective.co.uk

http://www.battlersgreenfarm.co.uk

Next Market Date

Our next market will be the Little Fox Market’s new addition in Amersham on Saturday 12th March! Hope to see you there!

Location: Alfred Ellis Hall in Amersham Free Church, Woodside Rd, Amersham, Buckinghamshire, HP6 6AJ.

Time: 10-3

Little Fox Market Website

Rickmansworth French & Little Fox Market – Sunday 28th June 2015

Sunday was the very first (I think) French Market with added Little Fox Market in Rickmansworth High Street! We arrived at 8.30ish to set up our gazebo (Little Blu) and table and before we knew it, it was 10 o’Clock.

It was a really busy and fun day, with LOADS of visitors. Most were local residents, some of whom didn’t even realise the market was happening, and plenty of people from further afield. We did well at our table and of course, we spoke to many people with various skin complaints, some of whom invested in a pot of Soothing Skin Balm.

Lots of people were asking if the market would be there every week, or every month. I really hope this is the start of good things to come with regards to Ricky High Street, which has gradually lost its interesting, independent shops (e.g gift shops, homeware, carpets, hairdressers) and gained many (many) estate agents, charity shops and even empty shops 🙁

Let’s hope Little Fox Market can be a regular occurrence outdoors and bring some atmosphere back to what is a lovely little town 🙂

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