At Country Living we champion craftspeople and small businesses and that's what the Spring Fair is all about. We have fabrics, furnishings, accessories and more, all from hand-picked makers. See here for our Meet the Maker page to read about some of the wonderful talents you'll discover at the Fair, or visit our Sneak Peek page and see a selection of the products that will be available to buy. You might also be interested in visiting our Newcomers Market page to discover some of our brand new exhibitors.
Alongside shopping there are plenty of features to add to your day out. Visit our brand new Country Living Theatre for panel discussions and lifestyle tips from prominent figures and contributors to the magazine; try everything from block printing to chocolate making in our Craft & Create Rooms or be wowed by our glorious ‘glamping’ inspired garden- complete with vintage VW camper van. And if you're looking to relax, why not book lunch in the brand new Country Living Restaurant, or enjoy a glass of fizz in our champagne lounge.
So come along, enjoy a colourful day out that will lift your spirits after winter, meet our makers and pick up inspiring ideas for simple country style.
The first ongoing National Water Vole Monitoring Programme is being launched by People’s Trust for Endangered Species (PTES). The Trust is working in collaboration with other organisations to encourage the public to take part in the programme, which will help provide a clearer picture of what is happening to the species. Once a familiar sight […]
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High brown fritillaries - the UK's most critically endangered butterfly species - are experiencing a comeback following last year's warm weather according to conservationists. The number of the creatures, whose wings are patterned with a distinctive orange, yellow, brown, white and black pattern increased last year by 180 per cent from 2013 making it the […]
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North Sea cod stocks are up, according to recent research carried out by fishing authorities. The fish, once one of the most worst affected victims of overfishing, could be labelled as sustainable in the next five years. Seafish, a Government-funded seafood authority, has been working with the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) on Project Inshore. After an investigation of all […]
Gardeners may be unwittingly threatening the bee population in their area due to a pesticide currently available in most garden centres. Neonicotinoids are used to limit the damage of pests, such as sap-feeding insects, root-feeding grubs and aphids. They are adminstered using a spray or are directly applied to the roots of the plant after […]
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