At all of our Game and Country Fairs you will find a Craft Village. An area of the show dedicated to the most talented Craftsmen and women in the country.

In here there will be traditional craft demonstrations including the Blacksmiths marquee, walking stick makers and the Ian Freemantle Sculpture Gallery.

In the Craft Marquees you will find craft exhibitors ranging from artists, designers, jewellery makers, ceramics and textiles.

It is the perfect place to buy your loved ones the ideal gift or treat yourself to something special – a shoppers paradise.

Below is a small selection of craft exhibitors attending this event.

MAI Clothes

MAI – Children’s Clothes 

We design and make high quality kidswear with a conscience. Soft organic, unisex clothes to cherish, with beautiful hand-drawn animal prints… designed with love for both children and animals.

A percentage of each product goes towards protecting endangered species, and every piece comes with a story about the animal on the print – so it’s a great way to start educating children about looking after their planet.

Mijoux Creations

Mijoux Creations

Mia had a love of jewellery from an early age, spending days as a child playing with beads to make into necklaces for her Grandmother. After University, Mia spent her early career working in prestigious London jewellery stores and grading diamonds for De Beers. Having exchanged London for a studio in her beautiful hometown of Salisbury in order to start Mijoux Creations, Mia produces gorgeous handmade silver and gemstone jewellery, inspired by nature, water and the beauty of geometry. Mijoux Creations makes affordable artisan jewellery to make you smile, give as unique presents or show someone special that you love them.


Isle Home and Garden

We use locally sourced English Hardwood or repurposed hardwood items, to make quality functional products for home and garden use.
Makers of bespoke wedding guest signature boards.

Jo Barker

Jo fell in love with glass and its magical properties on a visit when she was 13 to Venice. There she had the experience of seeing the Murano glass blowers.

In 2012 she decided to go back to uni to obtain a degree in glass.  In 2015 Jo graduated with a 2:1 Ba Hons Glass.

While studying for her degree she discovered an old ancient technique which dates back to Mesopotamia which is often called “The Ghost Technique “ or “The Forgotten Technique” today this is called Pate de Verre which literally means paste of glass.  Small granules of glass are mixed with a binder and then pressed into a refractory mould which is a one time use only.  This mould is fired in a casting kiln and the final effect is a translucent effect on the glass.   Jo specialised at PCA, glass casting and Pate de Verre (PDV)

Since graduating in 2015 Jo has been travelling around the country from Cornwall to Scotland selling at shows.

Emma Brown

Emma Brown

I’ve been very quiet for the last couple of months, but I’m working hard in the background, catching up with commissions and creating lots of new pieces for 2023 events.
I’ve also been booking lots of events for this year, you’ll see some of my favourite regular events and some exciting new ones!

I’m extending my Country Fairs and I’ll be heading to Wiltshire this year as well as Burghley, Thame, Cheshire and Sandringham. 


Pulse Magnetics

Magnetism is the very foundation of life on earth. The human body has developed over millions of years within a magnetic field. Our body is “electric”, it resonates within a frequency range and is constantly being altered by poor diet, injury, illness, accidents and the possible overexposure to electromagnetic fields so it makes sense to use magnetic therapy to re-balance our body’s natural healing mechanism.

Magnetic therapy products can help to readdress this imbalance by allowing the body to repair itself, from within by either applying powerful magnetic fields to a problem area or by exposing the iron atoms in blood to a Magnetic Field to aid and improve circulation to the whole body.


The Event Gallery Fine Art – K a y  J o h n s – artist in residence!

Whether it be a mouse, hare, pheasant, cat, dog or best in show bull, Kay is in her element whilst painting wildlife. Kay is probably the best known livestock artist in the country. Kay is also well known for her hare, equestrian,  canine and British wildlife art, both originals and prints.


Stokes of England
Stokes of England – Blacksmith

Visit the blacksmiths tent, bringing an insight into this fascinating and very traditional English craft. Stokes Blacksmiths are at all of our shows.  It is a long standing family business, now run by Chris Stokes, who has been a blacksmith for over thirty years.

He says he loves his work because of the creativity involved; the knowledge that he is leaving a legacy in his work that will last for many many years into the future and that fact that he never knows who his next customer will be. You can even have a go too! Make an original hook or keyring and get involved!

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