Christmas crafts at Merry Harriers

16:11 15 November 2012

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Garden centre and nursery at Woolsery hosts two day Christmas Craft Fair this weekend (Nov 17/18).

HANDCRAFTED gifts and goods to suit all tastes will be on offer at the Merry Harriers Garden Centre Christmas Craft Fair this Saturday and Sunday (November 17/18).

With more than 25 stalls, the garden centre, restaurant and farm shop complex at Woolsery will be bursting this weekend with the opportunity to stock up on early Christmas presents – or simply treat yourself.

Among the wide variety on offer will be hand made jewellery, pottery, stained glass goods, photography, bunting and cakes, to name just a few.

The crafters themselves will be on hand and happy to chat about their work and the processes involved.

The free fair is open from 10am-4pm, with the garden centre, restaurant and farm shop also open all day.

The famous Merry Harriers homemade Christmas cakes will be on sale too, with plenty of tasty samples to try.

Why not drop in to the fair on Saturday or Sunday? Merry Harriers Garden Centre is signposted from the A39 between Bideford and Clovelly. For more information go to www.merryharriers.org.uk

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