Kinver Country Fayre is welcoming in 2013 around 100 different attractions and stalls offering quality and traditional crafts, a wide variety of different goods, food, local produce and drink. The majority of stalls will be located on fields surrounding the main arena, the central focus of the event.
Some of the exhibitors and participants attending this year’s Kinver Country Fayre:
|Whalebone Whalebone’s distinctive sound is created from a mix of many genres, merging Celtic music with bluesy riffs and traditional tunes with rock flash to create a unique and joyful blend. These far ranging influences combined with dexterous finger work and energetic live performances have built them a reputation amongst fans with a diverse array of musical tastes.|
|1st Sedgley Morris Traditional Cotswold Side from the Black Country.|
|Dogs R Us Druac is a members only club, our competitions, training facilities and social events are accessible only to registered members who pay a nominal fee towards ongoing costs and upkeep of equipment.|
|Fudgeheaven A taste of Heaven created by a Little Devil. Endulge!|
|Mr Chills Sweet Emporium The finest traditionally hand made quality sweets, English and Belgian chocolates, continental liquorice and tuck shop sweets as well as confectionery including our own fudge made at Mrs Chill’s Traditional Sweet Emporium at Evesham Country Park in Worcestershire|
|Beez Neez Honey Frank Dooley has over 35 years’ beekeeping experience. His interest in bees started from an unlikely source. He was attending night school classes to learn more about photography, something he’d been interested in for several years. It was there that he met an old beekeeper also called Frank. Frank Senior took Frank Junior out to see some hives and the interest soon became a way of life.|
|Corinne Locker Canal Art & Decorative Painting Traditional canal art on canalware and giftware, and decorative folk painting on giftware.I am a member of the Waterways Craft Guild, accredited as a Journeyman in Decorative Painting.|
|Beadecadent design and create all pieces using semi-precious, glass or natural beads to create styles ranging from classic and elegant to funky and contemporary|
|Titus Alpacas We are a small friendly breeder based in beautiful countryside in North Shropshire, located midway between Shrewsbury and Oswestry and very close to the main A5.We offer support, agistment (livery), alpaca sales and alpaca products for sale which have been selectively sourced from UK and Peru.|
|Snoggable GarlicProducer of garlic products and olives in Beckbury.|
|Brocklebys Our Melton Mowbray Pork Pies are completely hand made, the only machine we use is the oven we bake them in! They are produced in the borough of Melton Mowbray, and uniquely, we use free-range rare breed pork from either our pigs or neighbouring farmers, both in the pies and to make our own jelly and lard, and we also use organic Leicestershire flour for our pastry.|
|The Black Country Society was formed in 1968 to foster interest in the past, present and future of the Black Country. “Visit the Black Country Society, the local history group for the region for over 45 years. Our publications will be on sale, and membership deals, including a free gift, start at £6.00. Or just come along for a chat about this fascinating region.”|
|Gillian Hales – Chelmarsh Owl Sanctuary. We are very pleased to introduce Gillian and her fabulous owls. Gillian takes in, rehomes and cares for badly treated and unwanted owls of all ages from chicks to fully mature birds and of various species. The picture is of “Clee”, a female European Eagle Owl – the largest owl in the World. Come and meet her at the fayre – you can’t fail to be impressed!|
|Half Penny Green Vineyards. The vineyards are only a few miles north of Kinver and produce up to 60,000 bottles of award winning red and white english wines from the 25 acre vineyard.Individuals or small groups can follow the self guided vineyard trail. This follows a relaxing route through the vineyard.|
|Stourbridge Model Boat Club . The Club was founded in 2000 and is a small friendly Model Boat Club and has over 25 members with a wide range of interests, abilities and skills. We build, buy and sail radio controlled model boats of every description including sailing yachts, tugs, launches, warships, lifeboats, submarines and many more.The club exists to promote the building and sailing of radio controlled model boats of every description by all ages and genders. Help and guidance is always available to members that require it. New members can be assured of a warm welcome, whether novices or highly skilled in model making.|
|Kinver Model Engineers Although strictly speaking the engineers are not taking part in the fayre, their club grounds are but a short walk from Stag Meadows in Legion Drive and really are a “must see”. On display will be beautifully crafted models of steam engines and you’ll be able to take a ride behind them for a nominal charge. Their site is well worth a visit.|
|The Chillie Pepper Plantation Love ‘em or hate ‘em chillies are something everybody has heard about. The Chillie Plantation sells just about every conceivable product associated with this firey gem. Dried oness, pickled ones, jammed ones, seeds, plants. If yiou are a chillie fan you’ll be astounded at the range of produce available here. That’s why they are close to the Beer Tent. Have fun & iced water is £10 a glass!! – although it will do you no good at all………………|
Barefoot Leather of Ludlow If you would like a hand made leather bag, hand crafted leather belt or custom made leather guitar strap made by an old fashioned Shropshire craftsman then you have reached the right place. My handmade leather items can be personalised with initials or a name and hand dyed in a range of colours. I offer ‘short run’ manufacture of high quality leathergoods plus a clicker press and laser leather cutting and machine leather stitching service for fashion and industry. Although my workshop is in Ludlow, Shropshire, I operate a busy mail order service and send my leather goods worldwide.
| Mill Cottage Soaps Mill Cottage Soap is based at our little stone cottage in the heart of mid Wales. We produce natural handmade soaps and bath products from high quality natural ingredients. Our soap is handmade, hand cut and hand wrapped. Using the traditional cold process method our soap is made from Spanish Olive oil, Sunflower oil and Coconut oil. This process retains a high percentage of the natural oils and glycerine so the soap is gentle to use. Natural essential oils and botanicals are added to give the soap an individual quality. Each batch is measured and whisked by hand before being poured into moulds. Once set the soap is hand cut to size and then put aside to ‘cure’ for up to 6 weeks. The bars are then individually wrapped and decorated. Our products contain no artificial chemical additives, colours or preservatives.
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