Makers Lancashire – The Clog Market

Makers Lancashire

Makers Lancashire. We have some superb makers in Lancashire and I’m always going on about our traders because i also think they’re some of the best! Our makers – all based in Lancashire but can originate from anywhere in this wonderful world – create artistic individual items. They produce amazing award winning food and drink.

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Artisan Rossendale. Made in a traditional way.

Artisan Rossendale

Artisan Rossendale. ˈɑːtɪzan,ɑːtɪˈzan/ noun a worker in a skilled trade, especially one that involves making things by hand, made in a traditional or non-mechanized way using (of food and drink) high-quality ingredients.   We have a market full of artisans at The Clog Market in Rawtenstall Lancashire, from the chocolatier and the wood and metal workers

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HARFEST 2017 Rawtenstall – The Clog Market.

Harfest Incredible Edible at The Whitaker Museum Rawtenstall

Harfest 2017 – Incredible Edible Rossendale at The Whitaker Museum.  Harfest  Incredible Edible Rossendale at The Whitaker Museum is on Sunday September 24th and we are delighted to be able to support them by organising food, drink, and artisan stalls. Most importantly, money raised will be donated to their projects. Incredible Edible Rossendale’s statement. “Incredible

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Rossendale 60s Festival – The Clog Market

Rossendale 60s Festival - The Clog Market

Rossendale 60s Festival is happening soon! The Rossendale 60s Festival     includes events in Rawtenstall, Bacup, Haslingden and Whitworth. The Festival’s main aim is to attract and expose visitors to the beauty, heritage and culture of Rossendale What’s the clog market doing? We’re joining in the groove this year with pop up food and drink stalls at The

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So, we’ve just passed our one year anniversary and feel it’s time to celebrate all our amazing handmade traders who have such a passion for their products. We have new enquiries daily and have lots of new traders joining us all this year. Here’s some pics!

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