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Norfolk Creations Christmas Market Coming To Arts Centre

Liz Jenkins Published: 24 November 2023

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Norfolk creations

Norfolk Creations is a collection of Norfolk based artists, makers and crafters. All their creations are inspired by their beautiful county of Norfolk - its big skies, stunning coastline and abundant views are just some of the Norfolk elements that trigger their inspiration.

The group is run by four dedicated volunteers and travels around Norfolk exhibiting in beautiful, hand chosen venues offering visitors some of the best quality creators Norfolk has to offer. Liz, the current group’s Chair Person is based in Bunwell and is thrilled to be able to exhibit locally.

2023 is a special year for this group - they are 10 years old - Happy Birthday Norfolk Creations - and last year saw them win two EDP Arts Awards for their support and contribution to the arts community across Norfolk.

Christmas gifts

After a debut exhibition at Wymondham Arts Centre at Beckett's Chapel last year, they were eager to return and after visiting the chapel recently, were blown away with the newly renovated venue. In September they held a very popular Arts and Crafts Exhibition and they are now busy planning a special Christmas Market featuring 20 Norfolk based artisans which is going to be from Saturday 25th November to Friday 8th December. It will include some exhibitors local to Wymondham alongside others from further afield in Norfolk. Every day you will meet different creators who will be happy to talk you through the special Christmas-inspired creations they have all been busy making.

If you love our county as much as Norfolk Creations do, and are looking for locally made Christmas gifts and decorations, please pop in to meet them, wish them a happy birthday and enjoy their Christmas market. They will be open 10-4 every day and on Sunday 26th November they will be open 10am till 8pm as part of the Wynterfest event.

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