Oliver Cromwell’s House to host traders and craftspeople at Lord Protector’s Historical Fayre

PUBLISHED: 15:03 15 January 2018 | UPDATED: 15:03 15 January 2018

Oliver Cromwell’s House to host traders and craftspeople at Lord Protector’s Historical Fayre. Traders are pictured at last year's event.

Oliver Cromwell’s House to host traders and craftspeople at Lord Protector’s Historical Fayre. Traders are pictured at last year's event.

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Oliver Cromwell’s House will host a variety of historically-inspired traders and craftspeople as part of the Lord Protector’s Historical Fayre on Sunday January 28.

Oliver Cromwell’s House to host traders and craftspeople at Lord Protector’s Historical Fayre. One of the traders at a previous fayre.Oliver Cromwell’s House to host traders and craftspeople at Lord Protector’s Historical Fayre. One of the traders at a previous fayre.

Food, pottery, clothing and jewellery will be for sale and there are demonstrations, talks tasters and samples included in the £3 entry fee.

Councillor David Ambrose-Smith, chairman of the community services committee for East Cambridgeshire District Council, said: “I am really excited to see how Oliver Cromwell’s House is going to be transformed for the day.

“It’s such a good chance for visitors to learn more about the period at the same time as being able to purchase unique goods”.

The fayre will run from 11am to 4pm. A full list of traders can be found at www.olivercromwellshouse.co.uk

Follow Oliver Cromwell’s House on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Cromwells_House and Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cromwellshouse/ for more information.


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