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Our fairs offer the chance to purchase quality and often unique handmade crafts that have been created in Suffolk & Norfolk. Our Southwold Happy Rabbit craft fairs are held each month and we select a variety of crafts by local artisans to display and sell their crafted items, all within the beautifully seaside setting of Southwold.
We love our customers, so visit Southwold and feel free to drop by and see us. Well behaved dogs are also welcome at all our craft fairs.
We are proud to offer those who visit our fairs, a wonderful choice of handmade crafts. Our fairs support Cancer Research Uk and donations are made at regular intervals.
Take a look at the menu tab above, to find out who is exhibiting this month.
For 1 week only, an opportunity to shop local in the heart of Halesworth Throughfare IP19 8AR. A selection of our crafters will be showcasing their creations. Something for everyone at affordable prices.
Southwold Happy Rabbit Craft Fair contacts:
STALL ENQUIRIES contact Wendy - 07810080095. email email@example.com
general enquiries contact Jo - 07502046189 or Whatsapp button below
United Reform Church HALL, High Street, Southwold, IP18 6DN, United Kingdom
Southwold Happy Rabbit Crafts are pleased to announce that they will be stocking the popular and delicious Suffolk based Cowshed Honey.
David Burns & Cowshed Honey History
David Burns started beekeeping over 20 years ago when his wife brought him a colony of bees for Christmas. He now has apiaries in various locations around this area and produces honey under the brand name Cowshed Honey, named after the converted cowshed he used to live in, nestled in rural Suffolk. David has now made a career out of beekeeping and is also the appointed Bee Inspector for Suffolk working for the National Bee Unit, a peripatetic role checking for bee health and furthering knowledge of good practice.
Yes you can. We welcome well behaved dogs on a lead.
No, each month we change the selection on offer, some old faces, some new faces. This gives a variety of interesting stalls, each time, to visit and purchase from
Yes, the venue is on one level. Access is via a wide pathway that runs between the URC and the Bank