Craft Fair is a gift

Craft Fair is a gift

Would you like to own a genuine piece of Welsh-made hand-crafted treasure?  Then beat a path to the National Botanic Garden of Wales in Carmarthenshire on Saturday and Sunday August 3-4 for the Summer Craft Fair.

In the stunning surrounds of the Great Glasshouse, you’ll find a rich variety of stalls offering a captivating range of Welsh-made hand-crafted treasures providing an ideal opportunity for visitors to buy gifts for any occasion.  From beautiful glassware, ceramics and lovespoons to bird tables, traditional teddy bears, heavenly-scented hand-made soaps and more.  You’ll also get to see, and smell, the mediterranean plants of the Great Glasshouse in their summer glory.

Event organiser, Dawn Crisp said: “It’s wonderful to welcome local artisans to the Garden and allow them to show their products in the stunning backdrop of the Great Glasshouse”. She added: “Summer is the best time to come and visit our beautiful Garden.  There’s so much to enjoy – dreamy lakeside walks, Tropical House, our fascinating Victorian pharmacy, busy bee hives, restored Double Walled Garden, nature reserve and lots more”.

There will also be a delightful adaptation of the Tales of Peter Rabbit and  Benjamin Bunny by Quantum Theatre at the Garden on Sunday, 4th  at 2pm. With  live music and all your favourite characters from both of the Peter Rabbit tales, it promises to be a magical and enchanting experience for young and old alike.

Musical entertainment on the Sunday will be provided by Grampian Concert Orchestra from Aberdeen.   The Botanic Garden is open from 10am until 6pm (last entry 5pm). For more information on all events see, call 01558 667149 or email

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