Bantock House Museum will open its doors for a Summer Gift and Craft Fair next weekend (Saturday, July 14 and Sunday 15).
Visitors to the Finchfield Road venue will have the chance to visit 35 pop-up stalls showcasing stunning and unique wares from local crafters and enterprises.
Plants and flowers, designer homewares, photography, confectionery and baked goods, illustration, needlework, decoupage, woodwork, vintage and contemporary jewellery, fashion accessories, fused glass, children’s books, pamper products, personalised gifts, luxury handmade candles, ceramics and much more.
Councillor John Reynolds, City of Wolverhampton Council’s Cabinet Member for City Economy, said: “We’re always looking at ways to attract more people to enjoy Bantock House Museum and Park and next weekend’s fair promises to be great fun for all the family, with something for everyone on sale produced by talented local artists and makers.
“While there, visitors can also enjoy light refreshments in Bantock’s popular cafe, which offers an extensive menu.”
The Summer Gift and Craft Fair runs from 11am to 4.30pm each day. Entry is free and there will be different exhibitors each day.