Craft fair and cafe to raise funds for the environment
When: Friday 25 March and Saturday 26 March 2011 11am to 3:30pm, FREE entry
Where: Augustine’s Church, George IV Bridge, Edinburgh
Jewellery and craft makers from all over Scotland are gathering in Edinburgh for Friends of the Earth Scotland’s first ever craft fair.
There will be a range of beautiful locally handmade crafts for sale as well as a cafe selling home baking, tea and coffee.
The environmental charity has invited more than 30 exhibitors to show their products at the event, which is free for the public.
Zoe Furnivall, Community Fundraising Officer, Friends of the Earth Scotland, said:
“At our craft fair you will find beautiful items handmade here in Scotland by local craft makers. It’s a great opportunity to find something different and support local Scottish business, and a chance to buy quality items from the people who actually made them.”
The wide range of exhibitors include Nic’s Eco Knits, Earthbeads Jewellery and The Scottish Fairy Door Company.
The event will be the first in a series of Friends of the Earth Scotland craft fairs planned for 2011.
For media enquiries, please contact:
Per Fischer, Press Office, Friends of the Earth Scotland
t: 0131 243 2719
Notes to Editors
Craft Fair 2011
Friends of the Earth Scotland exists to help people in Scotland look after the planet for everyone’s future. We think globally and act locally in Scotland, delivering solutions to climate change by enabling and empowering people to take both individual and collective action. We offer help to people with the big things in life – helping to sustain a healthy society and environment. We believe that all of our children’s futures will be better because of what we do.