The much loved Crafts for Christmas and Hobbycrafts show returns to the SECC, Glasgow from the 24-27 October offering everything you need to give your Christmas that bit of extra sparkle this year.
Hundreds of exhibitors will be on hand offering a treasure trove of handmade gifts and treats including beautiful jewellery, cuddly toys, board games, decorations and ceramics not usually found on the high street.
The Festive Food and Drink aisle will have a delicious selection of goodies to choose from. With luxury chocolates, gourmet nuts, fruity preserves, handmade chutneys, farmhouse cheeses, specialist wines and spirits.
The award winning Hobbycrafts show featuring many stalls from the Creative Stitches show has all the latest supplies and innovations from the crafting world.
Industry professionals and celebrities from both TV and print will be running workshops and demonstrations throughout the show. Quick & Easy Workshops, Make & Take sessions, will take place each day of the show.
Newly-qualified designers and makers from across the UK will be showcasing their work in the Graduate Marquee.
Visitors to the show will have the perfect opportunity to see and purchase unique and limited pieces from the next ‘big names’ of British makers.
With everything from stamping, patchwork and quilting and cardmaking to papercraft, jewellery making and beading – you’ll find everything you need for your next crafty project.
Ticket Prices: Adult £8.50 (£6.50 Advance Price)
Senior £7.50 (£5.50 Advance Price) Children free if accompanied by an adult with a valid ticket, otherwise £3.00
All advanced tickets need to be ordered by 5pm Mon 21 October. For more information or to book tickets please visit HYPERLINK “http://www.ichfevents.co.uk” www.ichfevents.co.uk. Alternatively, phone the Ticket Hotline on 01425 277988.
We have 10 pairs of free tickets to give away.
To win a pair of tickets answer the following question;
In which city is the hobbycrafts fair being held?
Answers including name, address and phone number to email@example.com or on a postcard to Carrick Gazette, 32 Dalrymple St, Girvan KA26 9AE by Friday, October 4 at 3pm.