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Abbey Brass Living Crafts at Blenheim Palace. Photographer : Mark Hemsworth Copyright - Mark Hemsworth Email - mapfh@mac.com Phone - 07931 664422

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Living Crafts at Blenheim Palace.

Enjoy Christmas shopping in style this year at Blenheim Palace’s ‘Living Crafts for Christmas’.

 

Over 160 designer-makers from across the UK will be showcasing their high-quality contemporary crafts during this festive four-day event from 17th19th November.

 

The combination of stunning surroundings, stylish gifts, unique present ideas, together with festive inspiration for the perfect Christmas celebration make this an unmissable Christmas shopping experience.

 

From unusual stocking fillers to special commissions, this is the place to meet the makers and enjoy choosing personal presents for all the family in a wonderful, festive atmosphere.

 

Once more the event will take place in the Churchill & Marlborough Pavilions in the Great Court, directly in front of the Palace.

 

The East Courtyard at Flagstaff will also be hosting a welcome area for visitors with seasonal refreshments on offer in the Orangery.

 

Visitors will also be able to enjoy the Christmas theme in the Palace’s state rooms, there will be street entertainers and Abbey Brass Band will be playing traditional carols at the weekend.

 

  • Living Crafts for Christmas is open from 10am – 5.30pm daily. For further details or to book tickets in advance visit blenheimpalace.com.

 

 

WHAT: Living Crafts for Christmas at Blenheim Palace

WHEN: 17 – 19 November, 2016

WHY VISIT: Over 160 UK designers in a fantastic festive setting in front of Blenheim Palace

ADMISSION: Annual Pass Holders Adult £7.00 / Concession £5.00 / Child £2.00 | Standard Park & Gardens Ticket Adult £14.90 Child £6.90

WEBSITE: blenheimpalace.com

 

 

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