Crafts, clothing and food from down the centuries to go on sale at Oliver Cromwell House’s first historical fayre
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Oliver Cromwell’s House is going to take a step back in time with its first ever historical fayre.
The historic house will come to life with costumed traders selling a variety of gifts – including crafts, clothing and food - on Sunday January 29 at 11am.
Demonstrations, talks and presentations from re-enactors will also be included as part of the £2 admission price.
Councillor Richard Hobbs, chairman of the commercial services committee for East Cambs District Council, said: “I am looking forward to seeing the House being transformed for the day for this historical shopping spree.
“The period chocolate demonstrations are going to be a particular highlight for many I feel!”
A full list of traders attending and details of their wares can be found here.