Reach Festival to debut this Saturday
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Reach Festival, showcasing local handmade crafts and produce, will make its debut this weekend.
“Whether as a visitor or an exhibitor, we look forward to welcoming you to our festival,” say organisers.
Among the day’s entertainment there will be displays of crafts including potting, spinning and lace making.
Flint knapper Will Lord will also deliver a workshop.
The stalls, craft displays, stage, and tea tent will all be on Fair Green whilst the village centre will have delicate crafts: wool, lace making, paper, paintings and photography, cookery demonstrations, baking competition and an autumn show.
The church will also have music recitals and book readings whilst the Dyke’s End Pub will serve food and drink.
The festival takes place on Saturday 24 from 10.30am to 4.30pm.
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Entry and car parking is free.