Henley Country Craft Show
28-31 August 2020 · Stonor Park · Henley-on-Thames
Opening times 10am - 5pm
The Henley Country Craft Show – a truly special day for you and your family.
For August Bank Holiday weekend join us at Henley Country Craft Show in the gorgeous grounds of Stonor Park Manor House. Bask in the sunshine as you explore marquees and outdoor markets filled with handmade jewellery, homewares, clothing and more – all lovingly created by specialist Craftspeople. Enjoy a wide selection of artisan food and drink providers, and relax in the striking landscape to live music.
Dogs are welcome at our outdoor shows, but cannot enter the Food & Drink Village or children’s play areas (with the exception of service animals)
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At the show
All aboard the Craft’d bus! Converted into a mobile craft studio, there’ll be a range of creative craft activities for kids, from sparkly slime to gorgeous bath bombs and even a bit of mosaic!
Gild a plant pot with imitation gold leaf, ready-painted in a choice of colours. This 45 minute workshop is fantastic for the occasional crafter or someone who fancies doing something different.
Clay pigeon shooting
This fun, totally safe and risk free sport is suitable for all ages to join in the fun. Using infra-red technology, your gun will fire a beam at the clays, and let you know instantly if you’ve hit your target!
Mr Hobbs Gin
The Mr Hobbs Gin range of products is brought to you by the family pleasure boating business, Hobbs of Henley, based along the Thames, who give you the most enjoyable way to “mess about on the river’’. Today they are very proud to share their cherished family tipples with you and raise a glass to their Henley heritage.
vintage swing boats
These traditional style swing boats are sure to keep children and adults alike entertained. Built from original period materials and painted by hand they are not to be missed.
Stonor Park, Henley-on-Thames · RG9 6HF
Stonor is located between the M4 and M40 on the B480 Henley-on-Thames – Watlington Road, and approximately 5 miles to the North of Henley.