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30th Ickworth wood and craft fair sees busiest Saturday ever




The best of woodcraft and country crafts were showcased at Ickworth at the weekend.

The 30th annual wood and craft fair on Saturday and Sunday saw traditional steam engine miller timber cutting, traditional skills on display, a pottery tent with Raku firing and hand-made crafts and trinkets for sale.

Tim Watson, general manager, said the fair was the estate's biggest event of the year and the Saturday was the busiest ever.

Ickworth Park 30th Anniversary - Wood & Craft Fair (2019)..Pictured: Rob Rutterford producing work from clay...PICTURE: Mecha Morton .... (18731646)
Ickworth Park 30th Anniversary - Wood & Craft Fair (2019)..Pictured: Rob Rutterford producing work from clay...PICTURE: Mecha Morton .... (18731646)

The event was first held in 1989 to make use of fallen trees after the hurricane of 1987.

  • More pictures in Friday's Bury Free Press


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