Events

Oct 15, 2017
  • Oct 15, 2017 from 11:30am to 4:30pm
  • Location: Earl Haig Hall Elder Avenue Crouch End N8 9TH
  • Latest Activity: Oct 10, 2017

Pop along to the Earl Haig Hall in Crouch End where you will find Craft and Gift events hosting new and established Craft folk and home businesses. Chat with the stall holders to find out more about their products. Perhaps have Sunday lunch at the Earl Haig before or after visiting the Craft and Gift event.

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  • Liam will be bringing hand made photographic repro prints of local views from vintage postcards. Sarah - Aloe inspired products. Maria hand made jewellery comprising Qureshi pearls, semi-precious stones, crystal and silver finings. Marcia - crochet and knitting yarns. Simon - Alpaca hats, capes, coats and accessories using ethically sourced fur from Peru and some very cuddly teddy bears. Meet Arlene the journalist who has produced a magazine for the over 50's called Dignity Magazine. Desmonde will have rare costume jewellery and scarves. Plus more stall...
    • It sounds really good Lyn. I've never been to the Earl Haig Hall before.
    • Sunday is not far away now. Lots of little off the high street businesses coming together under one roof. Niki is bringing some yummy home made cakes and biscuits, Rob has traditional wooden block and bronze etched stamps, embossing powders and ink pads ask him for a demonstration he loves to demonstrate, Liam has local vintage prints of the area as it used to be, Grace has ceramics, Olive wood spoons and ornaments plus more... And if you were unaware the Earl Haig Hall used to be the Royal British Legion Club it was taken over by Antic. For real ale connoisseurs there are a selection ales to go along with a hearty Sunday lunch.
    • Oops we've also got for children - Jane bringing Quack Quack Books and Corrine introducing Sand Art kits plus there will be an activity in sand art cost £4 to £5 per picture. A great opportunity to try out the activity and buy kits for Christmas presents.
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