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Pay a crafty visit to Butterfly World

08:54 08 September 2011

Pay a crafty visit to Butterfly World

Pay a crafty visit to Butterfly World

The Nectar House will be hosting a Craft Fair on the 10th & 11th September in the beautiful, relaxing surroundings of Butterfly World, St Albans.

The Nectar House will be hosting a Craft Fair on the 10th & 11th September between 10am and 4pm in the beautiful, relaxing surroundings of Butterfly World, St Albans.


The Craft Fair, now into its second year, is providing Hertfordshire with a contemporary, high quality fair, with local artisans showcasing their skills with a beautiful selection of handmade gifts and produce including flowers, cards, jewellery, bath products etc. for visitors to admire and buy.


Last years event was a tremendous success. This year many hundreds of happy customers will descend on St Albans for an unmissable day of crafts, food, and the unique butterfly experience offered by Butterfly World.


Along with 20 plus local artisans selling their lovingly made and highly original work, The Nectar House Caf will be serving delicious home-cooked food, all served up with a big dollop of friendliness and enthusiasm by the The Nectar House team. There will also be activities to keep the children entertained whilst you shop.


Stop and chat with exhibitors and learn more about the crafts they are showcasing. You never know you may be come hooked!


Stalls are now all booked for this event, but local craftspeople wishing to find out more about upcoming events are also welcome to contact the organisers.


We are offering a Special Reduced Entrance fee for the event which also includes FULL access to Butterfly World:


Adults/Concessions/ Children (3-16) - 5 Under 3s - FREE


Child entrance promotions can also be found on the Butterfly World website: www.butterflyworldproject.com

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