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Crafts and Gifts at Chilford Hall

 
Start date
29 October 2014
End date
29 October 2014
Hours
10am-5pm
Cost
£3; concessions £2.50; under 14s £1
Address
Chilford Hall Vineyard and Conference Centre Cambridge Balsham Road, Linton CB21 4LE
Telephone
+44 (0) 1223 895 600
Email
events@chilfordhall.co.uk
Directions
By car: to Balsham, then follow signposts.

Other Events

 
  • Snape Proms

    01 Aug

    The Snape Proms series of evening concerts brightens up the late summer days at Snape Maltings Concert Hall, Benjamin Britten's wonderful performance venue in coastal Suffolk. The month-long programme presents everything from steel bands to chamber music and orchestral concerts.
  • Ipswich Beer Festival

    16 Aug

    What would a British town be if it didn't have its own beer festival? A village perhaps... Ipswich proves its stature with the annual Ipswich Beer Festival at the Corn Exchange. Expect a muddle of beers, ales, cider and music.
  • NASC Street Rod Nationals

    24 Aug

    The biggest custom car show in Europe, the Street Rod Nationals at Trinity Park attracts customised 1950s-style cars, high-tech Street Rods, Hot Rods and high-performance Street Machines. The weekend includes live music, children's events, competitions and more.
  • Harvest at Jimmy's

    09 Sep

    Families gather at Jimmy's Farm in Suffolk every September for a weekend of great music, food cooked by celebrity chefs and loads of activities for children. The festival attracts big names and its focus is on both great food and music.

  • Cambridge Dragon Boat Festival

    10 Sep

    Dragon-boat racing is an ancient Chinese tradtion, where large teams of rowers compete on vessels each with its own drummers. A fun, friendly event, this festival on the River Cam welcomes participants of any level and supports East Anglia's Children's Hospices.
  • Cambridge Film Festival

    15 Sep

    Cambridge Film Festival shows new features, shorts, documentaries, silent films and 70mm screenings at the Cambridge Arts Picturehouse and other city venues. Other events on the agenda include lectures, several masterclasses and a children's section.
  • Cambridge Glass Fair

    25 Sep

    The Cambridge Glass Fair is held at Chilford Hall Vineyard. More than 100 exhibitors from across Europe showcase glass collections from Georgian to Art Deco, Art Nouveau and contemporary work.
  • Duxford Autumn Air Show

    16 Oct

    The Duxford Autumn Air Show at the Imperial War Museum Duxford hosts vintage bombers and fighters, modern aircraft and spectacular aerobatics to keep the whole family enthralled. Fun fairs, tank rides and bungee trampolines provide on-the-ground entertainment.
  • Halloween Punting & Walking Ghost Tours

    21 Oct

    Discover Cambridge's dark and troubled past on the city's annual Halloween Punting & Walking Ghost Tours. The Jack O'Lantern-lit punt trip along The Backs is followed by a scary guided walk around the city's most haunted places.
  • Ipswich Transport Museum

    01 Aug

    Housed in a 1937 trolleybus depot, Ipswich Transport Museum has an extensive collection of local transport - either built in the area or used to transport its populace around. Visitors can discover old buses, cars, bicycles, fire engines and trams.
  • Museum of East Anglian Life

    01 Aug

    The open-air Museum of East Anglian Life explores aspects of domestic, agricultural and industrial life in East Anglia over the last ten centuries. Objects of interest include a number of beautifully preserved and restored agricultural steam engines.
  • Cambridge Shakespeare Festival

    01 Aug

    As a renowned centre of learning and literature, Cambridge is an appropriate setting for this festival dedicated to all things Shakespeare. Taking place every summer, it celebrates the Bard's brilliance with performances of some of his most famous works.

  • Sculpture Promenade

    01 Aug

    After the success of its inaugural year, Cambridge's Sculpture Promenade returns to the grounds of the Fitzwilliam Museum. A free installation of contemporary sculpture, it showcases works by some of the most talented artists working today.