The annual Holme Pierrepont Hall Christmas Fair will be taking place this year on Thursday 12th November.
Nearly 50 stalls will be located throughout this stunning historic family home, currently owned by the Brackenbury family.
Located just a few miles from Nottingham, this event is one of the largest and most established Christmas fairs in the area.
Stallholders attend from all over the country, over half of which are new to the fair this year. Handmade jewellery, designer bags, seasonal food, stocking fillers, children’s toys and vintage wares are all situated under one roof with easy parking just outside the front door.
The festive marquee will be serving coffee, Prosecco, cakes, afternoon teas and delicious lunches throughout the day, thanks to award-winning caterers Fiona Herbert Catering.
This year the fair has teamed up with top stylist and wardrobe coach Alicia Kite, who will be offering free style advice throughout the day.
Alicia is inviting attendees to bring along one item of clothing they have never or seldom worn.
She will help visitors to get a better understanding of their individual style and help them to avoid costly mistakes in the future.
The fair will also be giving away 10 Alicia Kay online style programmes in a free prize draw (worth £30 each).
Last year the Christmas Fair raised over £7,000 for Rainbows Hospice and once again they will be raising much needed funds for this local charity.
As the East Midlands’ only hospice for children and young people, Rainbows is a place where life-limited children and their families can find care and support.
The Christmas Fair has become one of the social highlights in the East Midlands Christmas calendar and organisers are hoping for a record number of visitors this year.