After having such bad weather yesterday it was a welcome sight to wake up to a fantastic blue sky today.  I was running a bit late this morning as we moved house last week and the studio contents are currently in a big heap in the play room whilst the studio is fitted out.  I finally managed to find everything I needed and arrived at Beauvale Priory with about 10 minutes to spare!  A quick set-up and I was ready for the 10am start!  I really wasn’t sure what to expect of the fair as I hadn’t been to one there before.  When I arrived however I knew it was going to be busy as it was before 10am and it was already buzzing with people. Please excuse the poor quality taken on my phone but this was my stall :-

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I met lots of new people today along with seeing some of my previous brides and grooms which was lovely as they now have little ones too 🙂  There were lots of other stalls today too, Barlow’s the butcher who had the biggest queue for hours as nearly everyone wanted some of their delicious hog roast.  The Beauvale Priory bar which again was very busy, ummmm I wonder why?!!!! The Tea room was also very busy, cake need I say more!! The Doggie Deli from Kimberley who made all of the doggies very happy!! Debby Bears & Crafts selling cute mohair bears and crafts. Country Craft Products selling lots of cute handmade gifts. There was a fantastic vintage furniture stall and many many more.

There were guided tours of the Farm & Priory along with lots of fun for the kids and adults!

I had a visit at lunchtime from my gorgeous family 🙂 My two little ones soon located the free sweets jar and got stuck in!!!!  They also enjoyed some ice cream and had their face’s painted too 🙂 The weather was glorious all day. I came home at 4pm and we had a BBQ. Afterwards it then started hailing with thunder & lightening, good old British weather!!!!!

I am looking forward to the next fair which is on the First Sunday of December from 10am – 4pm, don’t miss it!!

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