On Saturday I went to South Hill Park craft and design fair. Located in the big house there were many stalls selling glittery jewellery and and other crafty items in the rooms on the ground and first floors. It was a popular fair as I met several people who I have met at similar events on previous occasions.
In our house we have a tradition that each family member buys one single Christmas bauble to hang on the family Christmas tree each year. We have been doing this for as long as I can remember and we now have a lot of baubles. Even so I still enjoy going out to find a new and original one each year. Here I was able to purchase a little red glass square with a nativity scene painted in gold on one side held by a red ribbon.
As I was wandering around looking at the delights on offer the Barberettes, all female barbershop choir, sang light Christmassy numbers in the background.
The Atrium Bar and Restaurant were open and I enjoyed a very nice fish finger sandwich made with a ciabatta accompanied with a portion of thick cut chips. This time the Barberettes were singing from the Atrium balcony.
Admission was free and there was flat access with a lift to the first floor.