THERE will be plenty of festive flair on the farm when the Worcestershire Wildlife Trust holds its annual Christmas Craft Fair.
The event, one of the trust’s highlights of the year, takes place between 10am and 4pm next Saturday, November 16, at Lower Smite Farm between Droitwich Spa and Worcester and features 20 crafters.
Shoppers will be able to find some unique Christmas gifts from an array of woodwork, glassware, jewellery, candles, chutney, pottery, photography and felting.
One volunteer also makes homes for wildlife from reclaimed wood so there will be bird and bee boxes, along with hedgehog hideaways on offer.
Sadie Carr Simons, who organises the fair, said: “It’s a great opportunity to stock up on beautiful presents whilst also supporting Worcestershire’s wildlife.”
The event normally attracts more than 300 visitors who are looking to beat the Christmas rush and want to buy local and more unusual presents.
The Trust will be selling its Christmas cards, calendars, wildlife homes and gift boxes all monies raised go directly towards the charity’s conservation campaigns.
And there will be hot drinks, cakes and mince pies.
Entry is free and plenty of car parking is available on-site.
Visit www.worcswildlifetrust.co.uk/whats-on for more information.