The Mount Edgcumbe Christmas Fayre 2012

| November 26, 2012 | 0 Comments

I will be at the Mount Edgcumbe Christmas Fayre on the 8th and 9th of December 2012, from 10am to 5pm (4pm on Sunday). Back for its ninth year, the Christmas Fayre will be better than ever! Do come and see me if you are about, they have loads of festivive events, stalls & cookery demonstrations.

  • Inspirational cookery demonstrations from leading Westcountry chefs
  • Local produce will be available for your culinary delight
  • If you’re looking for that special Christmas gift, there will be a wide variety of crafts and gifts
  • Beautiful floral decorations (all for sale) by the students at Duchy College
  • Face painting, kids kitchen (Saturday) and creative corner
  • In the House there will be fantastic singing from Millbrook and Fourlanesend School Choir, Reflection Choir, Torpoint Ladies Choir and the Kessenyan Singers
  • Also performances by the Italia Conti School in the Stables Courtyard and Flash Jack singers both afternoons in the Stables Courtyard
  • Plus! There will be a visit form Santa on his magical sleigh at 3pm both days at the House.
  • Download the Christmas Fayre Events Program here

Here’s a little taster from last year at Mount Edgcumbe

This year they have special ferries running from the Barbican directly to Mount Edgcumbe. In addition to the schedule Cremyll Ferry which runs every half hour from Admirals Hard in Stonehouse directly to Mount Edgcumbe (8 mins) Plymouth Boat Trips will be running trips from the Barbican at 10.45am, 12.15pm, 1.45pm and 3.15pm with return trips at 11.15am, 12.45pm, 2.15pm and 3.45pm.  It’s never been easier to get to Mount Edgcumbe or find those special Christmas gifts!

There’s also lots of free parking on the estate (follow the directions of parking staff) with a mini bus (operated by the Friends of Mount Edgcumbe) shuttling around the park to drop off at the House, parking areas and ferries.

Mount Egdecumbe 2011

On my stand at the Mount Edgcumbe Christmas Fayre 2011

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Category: Exhibitions & British Craft Fairs

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