Gallery: Living Crafts at Hatfield House
THOUSANDS of people flocked to this year s 35th festival of Living Crafts at Hatfield House from Thursday until Sunday. Getting off to a rather dreary wet start, the weather picked up during the weekend and visitors enjoyed the hundreds of stalls on disp
THOUSANDS of people flocked to this year's 35th festival of Living Crafts at Hatfield House from Thursday until Sunday.
Getting off to a rather dreary wet start, the weather picked up during the weekend and visitors enjoyed the hundreds of stalls on display.
Members of local arts and crafts groups took part in glassblowing, clay modelling, spinning and weaving and silk painting.
Guests also enjoyed Morris dancing, a brass band and a Punch and Judy show.
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A festival spokeswoman told the WHT: "People came in their thousands.
"It was absolutely amazing.
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"For me, the best part of the show was on the Sunday where we saw hundreds of people camped out on the show grounds, enjoying the music and the atmosphere.