Whalton Village Hall

Whalton (near Morpeth)

Northumberland.

Sunday June 23

Sunday October 6

10.30am-4pm

Free Admission

Cakes and Refreshments served in the front room.

 

This year we're holding two arts' fairs at beautiful Whalton Village Hall. A summer event on Sunday June 23 and another in the Autumn on Sunday October 6.

We'll be joined by around 20 talented local artists and makers at each event, with a huge variety of beautiful, handcrafted creations, from original paintings, prints to jewellery, ceramics, textiles and glass. There's for most tastes and budgets.

It's also a great way to meet the artists and find out more about their work.

Local charity PAWS www.pawspreschool.co.uk which provides pre and after-school care at Whalton School, will also be joining us at both events to provide refreshments and bakes in the hall's historic front room, to help raise funds. There is a very interesting collection of photographs dating back to late 1800's exhibited here.

 

If you're an artist or maker and interested in taking part, please get in touch at info@thetinshed.co.uk and include a couple of image or link to your work.

Meanwhile here's a little sneaky peep at some of the artists and makers who'll be popping up at Whalton in June.

Whalton Arts Fair - Sunday June 23

Anne James

Ceramicist

Linda Gaskell

Artist/Illustrator

Elaine Henderson

Artist

Jackie Sissons

Jewellery Designer

Margaret Woodliff-Wright

Milliner

Catherine Johnson

Artist

Hedgeback Hinney

Textile Artist

PAWS - Preschool and wraparound childcare

(pawspreschool.co.uk)

Stuart Jones

Artist

Fiona Kilburn

Weaver

Hopetown and Hunter

Jewellery Designer

Christine Cave

Artist

Oakwood Soaperie

Hand-crafted Soaps and Eco Printing

Trish Turnbull

Jewellery Designer

Karen Tait

Artist

Open Call to Artists and Makers

If you're an artist or maker and would like to find out more about how join us at Whalton or any of our events, please get in touch via the form below or email info@thetinshed.co.uk 

Please include bit about yourself and send a couple of images of your work or a link to it, so we can get an idea of what you do.