Find beautiful handmade accessories for yourself and your home at the Craft Village
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Take a break from the music and dancing, to browse craft stalls and have a drink and a snack
The 2018 Sidmouth FolkWeek Craft Village continues to provide a really enjoyable part of the festival experience, showcasing a multitude of craft and gift ideas in a beautiful setting right in the middle of town.
Find it in Peacock Lawn immediately next to Blackmore Gardens.
The fantastic Café Dish is on hand to provide delicious food and drink whilst you browse the stalls.
Expect hand-made jewellery, silk batik paintings and scarves, South American handicrafts, natural skincare, stained glass, Indian giftware, gemstones, henna tattoos, the Woodland Trust, clothing and fashions for the folk scene and accessories for all your Morris Dancing needs!
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Grab a bite at Blackmore Gardens & Peacock Lawn
In Blackmore Gardens, exotic and tasty dishes are served up by Polly Nostimo’s Greek Food Truck, and Lemon Jelli, from Newton Abbot, will be in residence in their bijou French van, with delicious coffees/teas, drinks, pies and pastries, cakes and cream teas to make your afternoon.
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- 2 Sidmouth artist paints a picture of hope for the NHS
- 3 'It’s amazing how much you take for granted and how much we have to be grateful for'
- 4 'Follow the spirit of the lockdown restrictions'
- 5 Police chase driver facing jail for 90mph pursuit in country lanes
- 6 Commemorative elm tree planted to mark National Tree Warden scheme's 30th anniversary
- 7 17th century chest from Ottery manor to be auctioned
- 8 Free Zoom workshop for parents, carers and professionals during Lockdown
- 9 £12,500 donated to lockdown laptops for schools appeal
- 10 Retired GP's 'curated anthology' of fly fishing experiences
Salcombe Dairy’s Ice Cream Parlour dishes out delicious ices.
The Sound Of Music
The Music Fair at Blackmore Gardens offers the chance to meet the makers, try their instruments and enjoy the relaxed and creative atmosphere. With seating immediately outside the music fair, to try out your instruments, in the shade of the trees in the gardens, it is possibly the most unique setting for this kind of fair in the UK.
This year also sees a small courtyard in the centre of the Music Fair for you to try out your new purchases or discuss your needs with the traders.
Artists’ latest CDs will be on sale at the Ham Merchandise stall, as well as at venues where artists appear.