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    Hi, I am a new venture and looking for any fairs or events in the north west, I live in Preston, to sell my wares!! Any help or suggestions would ne much appreciated. Thanks Ailsa

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    me too! I seem to be a bit of a curse, every craft fair I go to gets cancelled the next month...... oops! If you hear on any let me know!
    I like to make things - usually a mess!
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    • #3
      Craft fairs in NorthWest

      I am also seeking craft fairs in the North West - let me know if you hear of any.

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      • #4
        I think we all need to move!
        I like to make things - usually a mess!
        Please look at my stuff and let me know what you think!
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        • #5
          I am going to one at Hulme Hall on the Wirral on 4th May - is that near enough for anyone?

          There was a thread on here about one in Lancaster the other day, I believe swirlyarts is going, I think it's an outdoor one?

          I also went to a few through the Creative Crafts Association, but I wouldn't go to many lengths to recommend them ...


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          • #6
            Wirrals great for me, are there still any tables left? Ill try and find the lancashire one now. Thanks!
            I like to make things - usually a mess!
            Please look at my stuff and let me know what you think!
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            • #7
              I only booked about two weeks ago, so probably should be tables left - it'd definitely be worth giving them a ring. I've never been before, so I don't know how good it is - hopefully it'll be a success.

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              • #8
                Cool ill look into that! Thank you very much!
                I like to make things - usually a mess!
                Please look at my stuff and let me know what you think!
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                • #9
                  maybe we north westians should look into organising our own?
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                  • #10
                    north westians??? Loving that! Maybe we should. And it will be the best craft fair ever to hit the north west, everyone will make millions, and then we can start a noth westian version of dragons den! mwahahaha! and then....... WORLD DOMINATION!


                    Sorry got a bit carried away then! Where should we have it??
                    I like to make things - usually a mess!
                    Please look at my stuff and let me know what you think!
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                    • #11
                      lol it was my idea im taking the dosh!! I'll be theo

                      no idea where to have it, not sure im quite ready for the dragons!

                      I would have thought a good place to have a crafts fair was somewhere people would go for a day out anyways?
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                      • #12
                        I guess it depends where is central for people, and by that I mean us.

                        First place that came to mind was the Orangery at Heaton Hall in Heaton Park, but as it's in the middle of the park, then it may be hard for people that can't walk all that far.

                        I wonder how much it is to book a function room at one of the football grounds, I mean we don't have to go as flash as Old Trafford, but there are other clubs, (Blackburn, Bury, Burnley, Blackpool, Preston to name a few)

                        Other places would I guess be town halls.

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                        • #13
                          Hi, l'm in Manchester as well so would be interested in attending a fair near home, l'm a City fan so old Trafford would be a no go
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                          • #14
                            Shabbychic, I took a die hard Arsenal fan to Old Trafford for the tour on Saturday and he loved it.

                            Only ever stadium concert I have been to was at the old Maine Road
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                            • #15
                              My problem is l married a Die Hard City Fan so l just go with the flow and that doesn't include Old Trafford(unless he can get tickets to see City there- double standards but thats men for you) l'll try anything to make some money as will most of us.
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