Sidmouth Sailing Club hosting Christmas craft fair next month

PUBLISHED: 17:30 24 October 2018

Sidmouth Sailing Club's RYA-sponsored Push The Boat Out event was a huge success. Picture CHARLIE FAWELL

Sidmouth Sailing Club's RYA-sponsored Push The Boat Out event was a huge success. Picture CHARLIE FAWELL


Mince pies and festive fun while overlooking the glorious views of the Jurassic Coast have been promised at a Christmas craft fair.

The Sidmouth Sailing Club will be holding the event on Saturday, November 3 to coincide with the club’s last day of sailing for the year.

There will stalls selling a range of cracking crafts including jewellery, Christmas decorations and cards, various handicrafts and a cake sale.

Tea, coffee and mince pies will also be available and the club hopes to see a good turnout.

The day starts at 10am and will run until 4pm at Sidmouth Sailing Club.

Attendees will be able to enjoy the stunning view across the bay which is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Jurassic Coast.

The event will raise money for the Sidmouth Sailing Club which offers training programmes for both adults and children.

Visit for more information about the event.

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