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Ludham festival spectacular is fun for all

PUBLISHED: 11:19 01 May 2015 | UPDATED: 11:19 01 May 2015

Ludham art and craft festival

Ludham art and craft festival

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Ludham’s 10th Annual Arts and Crafts event is on Saturday, Sunday and Monday this weekend

The event is being held in the village’s St Catherine’s Church, from 10am to 5pm daily, and admission is free.

This year villagers are celebrating 10 years of the event in which over 100 exhibitors have taken part. And tthere is a souvenir catalogue which contains the event history as well as many photographs of previous features.

This weekend will see many stalls displaying and selling crafts, with a “Retrospective” showing some of the crafts from previous exhibitions.

Once again the thriving Ludham Community Archive Group will be present at the event, with, among other entertainment, a new video entitled Village Chatter.

There will also be a programme of entertainment during the Arts and Crafts event. Visitors will be entertained by the Acle St Edmund Youth Orchestra tomorrow, Saturday, morning and Fiddlesticks North West Ladies Morris dancers and musicians in the afternoon.

On Sunday the young dancers of Dance for Fun will be entertaining visitors around midday and on Monday afternoon Ludham School choir will be giving a performance. As well as all these, there will be the much enjoyed daily demonstration of sheepshearing by local farmer Ben Tubby.

For more details call Christine Wall on 01692 678060 or email peterwall@keme.co.uk


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