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Plenty of gift ideas at Christmas Craft Fayre

Where: Tetbury Goods Shed

When: Saturday and Sunday, December 1-2, from 10am

Wondering what to buy Aunt Jane for Christmas? Well, come along to Tetbury Christmas Craft Fayre at the Goods Shed and you might find just what you're looking for!

They'll be local artisans producing everything from jewellery, candles and stained glass to pottery and paintings.

Among them will be the well-known Hookhouse Pottery from Tetbury and Mary Rose Young, a potter from the Forest of Dean, both of whom were very popular at last year's event.

New this year is Nat Morley who specialises in relief printmaking and she also loves painting in oils on large canvasses and has done many commissions of still life and portraits.

The Craft Fayre will be open from 10am until late afternoon.

The Whistle Stop Café will also be open, if you need to rest your weary feet after all that retail therapy.

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