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Spring Craft Fayre at the Ruskin Glass Centre, Stourbridge on Saturday 11th March 2017.
This year’s Fayre is aimed at high quality artists, designer/makers and craftspeople, who design and make their own work and looking for a unique, warm & friendly selling opportunity, within a craft complex with a strong heritage of glass making.
We’re pleased to let you know that we’re now accepting applications for this year’s event. Please click here to download an Spring Craft Fayre Application Pack 2017
We are expecting this to be a very popular event so it is likely to be booked up quickly, therefore please do not delay in returning your application form and stand fee. Our panel will be assessing applications as they arrive.
We are looking for a range of products from many disciplines, showing a unique, exciting and creative display of work, for sale at affordable prices.
All applications are assessed as they are received on a first come, first served basis
For further information please contact:
Telephone: 01384 399451
We look forward to receiving your application.
Thanks to funding from the European Regional Development Fund, Heritage Lottery Fund and Black Country Local Enterprise Partnership, Ruskin Mill Land Trust (RMLT) has recently completed seven new work units on its Glasshouse site.
The units, located in the new reception building and the former Acid House, range in size from 15 to 68 square meters and are available on favorable terms.
RMLT is looking for businesses that will complement the historic nature of the site and the existing commercial activity to continue to develop a vibrant community and to provide valuable work experience for Glasshouse College students
Further information is available from the Ruskin Mill Land Trust web-page www.rmt.org/rmlt/