CRAFTS & STALLS

 
 
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Sarah Hercod ILLUSTRATES

@sarahhercodillustrates will be joining The Cider Festival from 11 am with @southcornwallsketchclubs - a growing community of folks who enjoy sketching in and around Lostwithiel. All ages and abilities are welcome to join in, Materials will be provided and Sarah will bring lots of ideas to get you all happily sketching. Children must be accompanied by an adult. For more information contact southcornwallsketchclubs@gmail.com or find them on facebook and instagram @southcornwallsketchclubs


BOTANICAL ART

BOTANICAL ART

Fiona Chivers

Inspired by Cornish flowers? Then let your imagination run wild with artist Fiona Chivers, from 12.30 pm.

In this workshop you will learn how to handcraft glorious apple blossom using Italian crepe paper.

Fiona will lead you step-by-step through the process of flower making, teaching you tips and techniques to create your very own magical piece. Included in the workshop will be all the tools and materials. Basic cutting skills and an advanced sense of adventure required.


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Cornwall Wildlife Trust

Cornwall Wildlife Trust is one of 46 Wildlife Trusts working across the UK. With the invaluable support of our volunteers, members and corporate supporters we manage over 50 nature reserves, including an island for wildlife and people in Cornwall. We also work with other organisations and landowners to protect and connect wildlife sites across the county and inspire local communities and young people to care for wildlife where they live.

We want to create safe havens in which wildlife can thrive and from which it can spread. We need to inspire people to love and care for the natural environment, and enable more people to experience, enjoy and understand it. 


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THE BRITISH BEE KEEPERS ASSOCIATION

We are delighted to welcome volunteers from the BBKA this year, to provide information and talk all things bees! They will also have some beeswax candles and localy honey for sale, all profits go directly back into the charity.

The British Beekeepers’ Association was founded in 1874 to:

  • To further and promote the craft of beekeeping

  • To advance the education of the public in the importance of bees in the environment


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THE BODMIN AND DISTRICT Wood turners

This group meet regularly at Lostwithiel Community Centre. Members will be disaplying their beautiful work as well as demonstrating from 10am to 3pm.


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SING ALONG THE RIVER and LOST IN SONG

Lost in Song is Lostwithiel’s community choir who love to sing and celebrate music. With no auditions and no sheet music, the choir is open to all and is often at the heart of Lostwithiel’s community events.

Whilst Lost in Song won’t be performing at this year Cider Festival, we are delighted to welcome Emma and her team during the day where they will be selling items to raise funds for Sing Along the River.