Worlaby Village Hall, near Brigg, is the setting for a Christmas Fayre with a Dickensian theme on the afternoon of Sunday November 29.
The event is now fully booked with 25 stalls, including some of Lincolnshire’s best loved crafters.
Gifts on sale include one-off jute bags, jewellery, tapestry footstools, beautiful fabric owls, cushions, silk purses, handmade candles and unique artwork made from polymer clay on glass.
You’ll also find traditional handmade Christmas cards, collectables, painted furniture, vintage china and retro cards.
For food lovers there is local honey, plus a range of locally produced jams, preserves and chutneys, together with home baked cakes.
Festive music and seasonal fayre will get you in the Christmas mood and there’s a bumper Christmas tombola.
Christine Edwards, organising the event for Worlaby Recreation Committee, said: “This is always a popular event and we are continuing in the well-established Worlaby tradition of dressing in Dickensian costume.
“This is a quality fayre that showcases some of the top crafters from across Lincolnshire.
“It provides an excellent opportunity to buy some unusual Christmas presents for friends and family.”
Admission to the Christmas Fayre, which runs from 2pm-5pm, is free.
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