We’ve just booked onto the Chalfont Crafty Collective Summer Fair, which takes place on Saturday 3rd June! Hope you can join us if you’re in the area. This event started last year, but it is getting busier every time, which is great! It currently only takes place once a quarter, which is probably a good idea at this early stage. We’re looking forward to it and hope the weather is as amazing as it was at the weekend just gone!
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Yesterday we had our stall at the Chalfont Crafty Collective Spring Fair over in Chalfont St Peter between 10-2.
We arrived at the hall around 9.20am and got set up. I have to say I was really concerned that we were almost directly opposite a stall selling very strongly scented wax melts… Not good for a scented soap stall! Last time this happened was at the Little Fox Market in Rickmansworth where we were side by side with a similar stall and people were ‘smelled out’ by the time they got to us and either couldn’t smell our essential oil products or just didn’t want to! It seems to throw up an annoying either-or scenario. Or people think you’re selling the same thing!
Anyway, we actually did fairly well. The fair was busy most of the day and we recognised some visitors from previous fairs, which is great. We actually sold out of our Miracle Mango and Hemp Butter (not hard as we only had a few left in stock!) after having a discussion with a few ladies about dry skin complaints and the amazing benefits of mango butter and hemp oil, along with the therapeutic effects of Lavender and Tea Tree. Of course I am able to share my own experience of eczema and generally dehydrated skin. I really hope it helps with their skin issues as you really can’t escape your skin.
Also got given a few leaflets about fairs and shows that are being organised if we’d be interested. Always good to find other events in the area.
Exciting 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!