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Brancepeth Castle Christmas Craft Fair

An event in November in County Durham
Brancepeth Castle
Brancepeth
County Durham
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A huge number of interesting, high quality, different crafts from all over the UK to see, buy and commission. Buy all your Christmas gifts under one roof -something perfect for everyone! Everything from toys to clothes, textiles, art, photography, jewellery, woodwork, furniture, glassware, pottery and food.

Delicious home-made food and cakes available in the castle cafes at great prices, served by the castle owners. View the beautiful crafts, meet the artists, get your perfect Christmas gifts, and a have a wonderful day out in this unique location.

Free parking. Free catalogue of exhibitors. Disabled access.

Entry Prices:
Adults 2.50, OAP 1.50, Children under 14 free with a paying adult

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