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Handmade Art Market : Haddenham Arts Centre

Meet the Makers at our popular Handmade Art Market this Spring at the Arts Centre and Gardens. Beautiful handmade works and gifts, Demos, Live Music, Hedgehog Rescue and More! FREE entry

  • 18th May 2024 - 18th May 2024
  • 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Meet the Makers at our popular Handmade Art Market this Spring at the Arts Centre and Gardens. Beautiful handmade works and gifts, Demos, Live Music, Hedgehog Rescue and More!

Entry is FREE. Gates / Cafe open from 10am. Donations to support our community arts centre welcome.

Invited artists and makers together with our resident studio artists will be demonstrating and selling their creative work both inside and outside in the garden here in Haddenham near Ely.

Blended Monkey – Ceramics and Artisan Woodwork Sally Wilding – Hedkase Hats
Jeni Cairns – Metal Sculpture Maureen Charles – Glass Jewellery
David Owen – Green Woodworker Debs Munford – Textile Artist
June Massey – Glass Artist Ailsa Lyn – Collage Art & Jewellery
Julia Bruce – Ceramics Debbie Choudhry – First Snow Images

Plus : onsite studio artists Ann Biggs, Anna Osborne, Annie Brown, Lucy Bayes, Andrew Dockerill, Good Mood Cafe, Cambs County Council & Hedgehog Rescue.

A lovely way to spend a relaxing few hours. Meet friends, browse the handmade gallery and then share a meal or afternoon tea.

Our licenced cafe will be open as usual serving light lunches, ice creams and a range of handmade cakes.

Limited on site parking but plenty of free parking just down the road (at the Arkenstall Centre and Robert Arkenstall School). We can reserve a space for you if you are a blue badge holder or have limited mobility – we are always happy to help. Please just phone us on 01353 749188 and let us know approximately when you will be arriving.

Facilities

  • Assistance dogs welcome
  • Blue badge parking
  • Cloakroom facilities
  • Restaurant
  • wheelchair access
  • WIFI
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