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A look ahead to 2017 Simply Cheshire at Arley Hall

PUBLISHED: 15:05 04 May 2017 | UPDATED: 15:05 04 May 2017

A selection of exhibitors who will be at Simply Cheshire 2017 PHOTO: www.mattpriestly.co.uk

A selection of exhibitors who will be at Simply Cheshire 2017 PHOTO: www.mattpriestly.co.uk

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Simply Cheshire Spring Home, Food and Gift Fair returns to Arley Hall and Gardens, near Northwich on Saturday May 20th and Sunday May 21st.

AFTER its hugely successful inaugural event, the Simply Cheshire Spring Home, Food and Gift Fair returns to Arley Hall and Gardens, near Northwich on Saturday May 20th and Sunday May 21st It’s set to be another outstanding showcase of the county’s independent makers, designers and producers.

Each of the 80-plus exhibitors has been carefully chosen not only because of their Cheshire connection but because they produce, make or design something original and totally gorgeous. Suzie Dickens, the event organiser say: ‘It’s about connecting the area together, raising the profile of the county and supporting what Cheshire has to offer whether through the buying and selling of bespoke products or connecting local businesses. It is about keeping Cheshire desirable and relevant and nurturing creative businesses, encouraging them to stay and thrive in their own county.’

Simply Cheshire is a great opportunity to support Cheshire’s finest and to find something truly unique to add to your home, garden or wardrobe. There will be artists, makers, designers and producers, many of which will also be demonstrating throughout the weekend. There’s a chance to meet the makers personally and find out more about their work and influences. There will be free taster workshops including furniture painting, watercolour painting and stencilling, amazing artisan food and drink, live music, Birdie the campervan photobooth, children’s crafts and an opportunity to explore the beautiful gardens at Arley Hall.

Tickets are £8 for adults, £7 for concessions and £3.50 for 12-16 year olds, children under 12 are free!. Pre-book tickets in advance to beat the queues on arrival and to save up to 25% at www.simplycheshire.co.uk

A percentage of all ticket sales will be donated to The Children’s Adventure Farm Trust.

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