Tree Fair Taster

Sorry, you missed this one!

10am - 4pm : Outside Spaces

Demonstration Free Activity Make/Craft Upcycle Drop-in Free
  • Parking
  • Disabled parking
  • Wheelchair access
  • Toilets
  • Disabled toilets
  • Changing places

The Forum, Millennium Plain, Norwich, NR2 1TF

01603 727 950

Rural and rustic crafts outside The Forum.

The Strumpshaw Tree Fair is a lovely summer event with music, entertainment, rural crafts, good food and a great family atmosphere.

While we wait for summer to arrive, enjoy a little spring taster, outside The Forum. Watch rural artisans at work and find out more about the Strumpshaw Tree Fair in July.

Take a look at who's joining us -

Katy Mac: Katy is an eco-designer creating costumes, occasion wear & bridal gowns from vintage & preloved household fabrics, minimising impact for the planet ByKatyMac

Cambridge Chainsaw Carving: Lisa Langley is a chainsaw artist who uses traditional carving and finishing techniques to create striking pieces from locally sourced and salvaged wood.

Crafty Buggerz: Gemma makes hand-carved wooden items from reclaimed furniture, creates recycled glass decorations, and uses Norfolk wildflowers to produce unique jewellery CraftyBuggerz

Ellis Waller: a self-taught blacksmith based in Norwich, Ellis hand-forges ornaments, pendants and candleholders (plus anything else he can dream up)

Woodland Haberdasher: Fay carves wooden spoons, plates and bowls, casts silver and hand-spins silk! Plus she shares her knowledge in workshops from her South Norfolk base The Woodland Haberdasher

All About Leaves: Jane celebrates trees through art and jewellery. Her work is inspired by the beauty and form of leaves, making use of recycled metal and carefully collected plant material to create wearable pieces and sculptures Jane Thewlis

A summer's day at the Tree Fair