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  • Stallholders 2014 | Cawood Craft Festival
    Eleanor s Wool Shop Eleanor Arminson Elizabeth Wilson Woodcrafts Elizabeth Wilson Embroidered and Sequinned Cards Beryl Prince Extra Virgin Olive Oil Greek Products Family Kardamakis Fine Art Photography Prints Mr J M Spedding Florabelle D Thompson Football Collectables Dave Corfield Forever Living Sheila Stuart Frais Publishing Tony Frais Friends of Selby War Memorial Hospital Chris Brookes Funky Gibbons Boutique Julie Gibbons Glam4U Marni Tomlinson Handbags Scarves Gifts Mrs J Towndrow Hand Decorated Wooden Items Elizabeth Wilson Handmade Greeting Cards Mr K Smith Handmade Cards Elaine Colgan Happy Hog Roasts Thomas O Reilly Help for Hero s Linda Gosling Highgate Farm Meats Richard Kealey Jasmine Crafts Helen Adams J and P Wilson Antiques P Wilson Jewellery Barbara Cheesbrough J M Dichroics John Michael Jolly Sailor Jorvik Rosettes Ruth Cannon Just Me Marilyn Mount Knots In Wood C A Knott Lifestyle Systems Linda and Richard Horsfield Lilac Moon Designs Hilary Sedgwick MacMillan Nurses Mary Johnson MadeWithASmile Debbie Wilson Martha and Bea Jane Weston Mary s Kitchen Mrs M Binns Nectar Pollen Cathy Hart Needlecase Ltd Judith Schur Old Victorian Kitchen Julie Thompson Original Paintings Anita Turner Our Little Craft Company Lisa Jackson Patchwork People Jeni Dickenson Peace Quiet Soy Wax Candles Wendy Harris Pennie Susie Susie Quemby Pheonix Trading Mrs C Newton Preserves and Collectables Mrs J Yeoman Printed T shirts Dawn Simpson Questo E David Queenan Rainbow Bags Sue Richardson Ready Planted Margaret Fiddes Retro Treasures Debbie Krux Rita s Cards Rita Robson St Leonards Hospice St Mary s Church Riccall Pat Lindsey Satin Lace Babywear Mrs L Chandler Selby Lions Mr D Jones Sewandsews Craft Box Julia Howson Sherburn Camera Club K Trace Silk Flower Arrangements June Smith Silver and Stone Jewellery Helen Drye Simples Yorkshire Penny Shepherd SisterKnitstogether Alison Bornshin Sixpenny Bobbins Mr M Boddington Sweets of Yesteryear Mr
    http://www.cawoodcraftfestival.co.uk/stallholders/stallholders-2014/ (2016-04-29)


  • Stallholders 2013 | Cawood Craft Festival
    B Gunshon Extra Virgin Olive Oil Greek Products Family Kardamakis Finbar handmade paper products Mrs B Finnigan Fine Art Photography Prints Mr J M Spedding First Cawood Guides Unit Rosemary Senior Fistful of Ink James Logan Florabelle Mr D Thompson Forever Living Sheila Stuart Frais Publishing Tony Frais Girleen Giftware Catherine O Rourke Glam4U Marni Tomlinson Handbags Scarves Gifts Mrs J Towndrow Hand Decorated Wooden Items Elizabeth Wilson Handmade Greeting Cards Mr K Smith Happy Hogs and Bars Kate Dawson Hearing Dogs for Deaf People Jane Wye Help for Heros Sherburn Aero Club Linda Gosling Highgate Farm Meats Mark Kealey J and P Wilson Antiques P Wilson J M Dichroics John Michael Jolly Sailor Jorvik Rosettes Ruth Cannon J S L Cook Jennie Cook Just Me Marilyn Mount K art Adele Karmazyn Kath s Cakes and Pastries Kath Balk Knots In Wood C A Knott Lifestyle Systems Linda and Richard Horsfield Little Impressions Debi Bray Menezes McKinley Moth Shona Leslie MacMillan Nurses Mary Johnson MadeWithASmile Debbie Wilson Marie Curie Gill Kellett Martha and Bea Jane Weston Mary s Kitchen Mrs M Binns Meadowsweet Donna Webster Mollie Sharpe Richard Sharpe Mr Cufflink Michael Sonia Bidney Needlecase Judith Schur Originality Jane Marsh Our Little Craft Company Lisa Jackson Papercrafts and Cards Glenys Tupling Party Stationery Joanna Hooper Patchwork People Thelma Conquest Pheonix Trading Mrs C Newton Pie and eas Ian Vinton Preserves and Collectables Mrs J Yeoman Puffin Portraits Laura Wiggins Purple Fairy Castles Hazel Appleby Quernus Crafts Kirsten Miller Questo E David Queenan Raggy Thyme B Addy Rainbow Bags Sue Richardson Reynold s Prints William Reynolds St Leonard s Hospice Caren Clark St Mary s Church Riccall Mrs Pat Lindsay Satin Lace Babywear Mrs L Chandler Selby Lions Mr D Jones Shabby but Chic Jan Kestell Sherburn Camera Club K Trace
    http://www.cawoodcraftfestival.co.uk/stallholders/stallholders-2013/ (2016-04-29)

  • Competition entries | Cawood Craft Festival
    before photo Children s Competition a piece of handicraft Class S 0 to 4 years at 31 8 15 Class S1 5 to 7 years at 31 8 15 Class S2 8 to 11 years at 31 8 15 Class S3 12 to 16 years at 31 8 15 Fee per entry Classes 1 2 3 4 and 19 3 per entry all other classes 2 per entry free for Children s classes N B 5 commission will be levied by the organisers for all entries sold as a direct result of the competition The Competition is open to all Amateur Artists Crafters No more than 3 entries per person per class No item may be entered into more than one class No item may be entered in more than one Craft Festival Artwork must not exceed 24 x 30 inches including frame and must be strung for hanging Photographs must not exceed print size 10 x 8 inches and must be mounted framed and strung for hanging No late entries will be accepted The Judges decision is final All entries must be accompanied by a label including your name class number and price if for sale Entries into Young People s classes should also include their age Entries should be delivered to All Saints Church between 6pm and 8pm on Wednesday 26 th August and between 10am and 5pm on Thursday 27 th August You are recommended to arrange your own insurance cover Collection of entries will take place strictly between 5pm and 6pm on the Bank Holiday Monday Competition entries will be displayed in Church over the Bank Holiday weekend At the preview evening the prizes and certificates will be presented to the winning competitors Entrants are expected to attend or send nominees to collect their prize if
    http://www.cawoodcraftfestival.co.uk/competition/how-to-enter/ (2016-04-29)


  • Photographs | Cawood Craft Festival
    Latest News SPONSORS REQUIRED If you would like to sponsor our festival or one of our craft competitions please contact Lynne Johnstone on 01757 268274 STEWARDS REQUIRED We are seeking volunteer stewards across the Cawood Craft Festival 29 30 31 August 2015 If you would like to get involved please contact Dave Robinson on 01757 269488 or 07858 027118 We are also seeking volunteers to help before the festival during
    http://www.cawoodcraftfestival.co.uk/gallery/photographs/ (2016-04-29)

  • History | Cawood Craft Festival
    craft makers A local committee was formed and the Parish made a loan of 500 to launch the project The late August Bank Holiday weekend was chosen as the time for the fair At the end of that first event in 1982 the one thousand people who attended over three days had raised enough money not only to repay the loan but give a further 900 to offset whatever the Diocese of York was asking at that time The event is now a hardy perennial and each year over the three days at the end of August wherever you go in Cawood some aspect of the fair will confront you At the parish Church of All Saints itself set in a most picturesque setting by the River Ouse you will find the craft exhibition This is in fact a competition with prizes to be gained in the various classes These include painting fine needlework furniture photography ceramics metal and woodwork corn dollies and lace making Apart from the children s section all entrants pay a fee to help the good cause In the Banqueting Hall part of the original Cawood Castle and once home to Archbishops of York some details of this historical gem can be gleaned including a reminder of one Archbishop who never made it to his enthronement in York Sadly Archbishop Wolsey was arrested in Cawood and hauled back to London by order of the king to face execution In the Methodist chapel pictures of old Cawood can be seen and you can pause for a cuppa whilst there as well The Old Boys School is the main catering centre for the day though there is usually some portable refreshment tent or truck in the grounds of The Vicarage In front of The Vicarage there is dancing and music most of the day In 2002 this included brass jazz and bagpipes as well as a group of Irish Dancers Behind the vicarage a large marquee houses craftspeople from far and wide who come to sell their wares The Rector now Father Ian Ellery continues to be the President of the Festival and works with a committee of twelve people who meet monthly throughout the year to make the event the success it always is come cloud or shine Not too many people have had the stamina to remain on the committee for all of the twenty one years One such the late Dot Hunt All Saints Lay Reader told me how the event had changed and developed over the years in order to attract more people from many parts of Yorkshire Dot was personally responsible for rounding up the fifty or so volunteers who staff the entrance points and marshal the car park It should be emphasised that those serving as Chairman Secretary and Treasurer as well as the other committee members are also volunteers The group includes an Entertainments Manager and Stall Holders Organiser as well as others who focus on printing and publicity health and
    http://www.cawoodcraftfestival.co.uk/history/ (2016-04-29)

  • Directions | Cawood Craft Festival
    over 10 miles and takes about 25 minutes Arriva run an hourly two hourly on Sundays and Bank Holidays bus service from York to Selby which passes through the village journey time from York is 30 minutes Follow cawoodcraft 2016 Festival opens in Latest News SPONSORS REQUIRED If you would like to sponsor our festival or one of our craft competitions please contact Lynne Johnstone on 01757 268274 STEWARDS REQUIRED
    http://www.cawoodcraftfestival.co.uk/directions/ (2016-04-29)

  • Contact us | Cawood Craft Festival
    report Your Message Please enter this code in the box below Follow cawoodcraft 2016 Festival opens in Latest News SPONSORS REQUIRED If you would like to sponsor our festival or one of our craft competitions please contact Lynne Johnstone on 01757 268274 STEWARDS REQUIRED We are seeking volunteer stewards across the Cawood Craft Festival 29 30 31 August 2015 If you would like to get involved please contact Dave Robinson
    http://www.cawoodcraftfestival.co.uk/contact-us/ (2016-04-29)

  • The Landmark Trust | Cawood Craft Festival
    to rescue historic and architecturally interesting buildings and their surroundings from neglect and when restored to give them new life by letting them for holidays Their aim is to promote enjoyment of such places by enabling as many people as possible to experience living in them for a short time The letting income this generates then pays for the buildings future maintenance The Trust saved Cawood Castle about 16 years ago and have also been good enough to allow the Banqueting Hall to be used for a main venue at our annual Craft Festival Indeed any guests staying over the August Bank Holiday have always received complimentary tickets to the Festival For more details on how to stay at Cawood Castle or any other Landmark Trust property please visit their website at www landmarktrust org uk Follow cawoodcraft 2016 Festival opens in Latest News SPONSORS REQUIRED If you would like to sponsor our festival or one of our craft competitions please contact Lynne Johnstone on 01757 268274 STEWARDS REQUIRED We are seeking volunteer stewards across the Cawood Craft Festival 29 30 31 August 2015 If you would like to get involved please contact Dave Robinson on 01757 269488 or 07858
    http://www.cawoodcraftfestival.co.uk/the-landmark-trust/ (2016-04-29)


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