The Lincolnshire Makers group hosted their latest artisan market on Sunday May 7, with local crafters, businesses, and artists coming to show off their talents.
Just some of the local food producers included Lincolnshire Poacher, The Cornish Daughter, Yau’s, Chuckles Sauces, Nova Macarons and more.
Artists such as Red Fox Art, Ramona Maywood and Careless Creates were also at the event, with makers such as artisan jewellers, ceramics, prints, textiles, woodwork, and metal work showing off their skills.
For refreshments, there were a number of coffee barristers, street food such as loaded fries, wraps, crepes, pizza and burgers for visitors to enjoy in Stourton’s picnic area, and guests were able to enjoy a number of lawn games, a gnome trail and deer safari, as well as music from two musicians.
Lincolnshire Makers spokesman Jodie Mason said the event had seen record footfall: “The event went really well, we were really lucky with the weather and it stayed dry all day despite the forecast.”
The next Lincolnshire Makers Market will be held on July 1 at the Sessions House, Spalding and the next event at Stourton is the Autumn Artisan Market on Saturday September 17.
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