From local producers to some of the finest artisan food stalls from around the country, foodies will love discovering, sampling and buying new ingredients. Meanwhile, for eating on the day there’s plenty of choice – from global ‘street food’ to genteel afternoon teas served in the elegant surrounds of the Orangery.
Whether you’re looking to find a unique gift, or for inspiration in taking up a new crafting discipline, you’ll love browsing the hand-crafted delights stall holders have on offer.
With a programme offering everything from craft and cookery demonstrations to talks on crafts, food and drink – plus the odd tasting - you’ll find something new to learn in the demonstration theatre.
From Staffordshire brewed ales in the beer tent to fizz, fine wines, cocktails and continental beers there will be plenty of refreshment on offer – and the sweeping lawn provides the perfect spot to indulge when your personal ‘Gin O’ Clock’ strikes!
Throughout the event, you’ll enjoy some great live music on the lawn – simply grab yourself a drink, sit back and enjoy!
Take on a spring time treasure trail, let off steam on the fairground rides, meet and learn about friendly farm animals, get your face painted and enjoy some seasonal craft activities – plenty of fun at the fair for kids of all ages!
Enjoy a rare glimpse of the 1854 house, usually closed to the public, and learn about the history of the family that have called the estate home since 1776. Booking essential - £7pp on top of ticket price.
There’s no better place to be than an English country garden in Spring – and Sandon Hall’s glorious 50 acre formal garden will be yours to explore throughout the fair.