Have a family day out at The Weald of Kent Craft Show

PUBLISHED: 17:41 06 September 2011 | UPDATED: 19:56 20 February 2013

Have a family day out at The Weald of Kent Craft Show

Have a family day out at The Weald of Kent Craft Show

This weekend, Penshurst Place plays host to over 250 artists, along with live music, a locally designed Show Garden and a special food and drink area

The Weald of Kent Craft Show takes place this weekend at Penshurst Place, near Tonbridge.


The event, which takes place between 9.30-17.00 from Friday 9 September to Sunday 11 September, showcases handmade crafts from over 250 artists, including paintings, ceramics, wood, glasswork, jewellery and stoneware.


The weekend promises to be fun for all the family, with a childrens play area and falconry displays by television presenters Leigh and Jo Holmes.


Youll also get the chance to listen to live music whilst eating food and drink from The Good Food Live area, with guest chef Paul Da Costa Greaves, or take part in a free expert-led craft workshop.


This years Show Garden has been designed by local companies How Green Nursery and Chilstone and features ethereal Ice Angels from British sculptor Jane Robbins.



Adult 6.50 (advance 5.00) Senior 5.50 (adv 4.00)
Children under 16 free if acc by parent, otherwise 3.
Buy 10 adult or senior tickets and get one adult free if booked in advance.

Combined with Penshurst Place and Gardens
Adult and senior 12.00 (in advance only)

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