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May Fair at East Knoyle will support deprived children in Southern India

By jspiteri  |  Posted: April 29, 2014


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Artisan businesses in the pretty village of East Knoyle will be opening their doors this Friday 2nd and Saturday 3rd May to showcase their work and raise money to support the children of Champion House, a school for deprived children in Southern India.

The May Fair is a joint venture for Love is Blue Vintage Store, Valley Forge and The Chapel Collection (designed clothing), all based on The Street, East Knoyle.

The event will include handmade iron-work for the house and garden, furniture and re-purposed items given a new lease of life by Love is Blue, exciting and ethically produced clothes from The Chapel Collection, jewels from Emma Chapman, Krukker and Sarah Jane Ceramics and paintings by Alice Neave.

With cream teas available and a chance to see behind the scenes at these local businesses there really is something for everyone. For more information go to www.loveisblueforge.co.uk

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