Another bank holiday weekend…

May 29th, 2013

and more craft fairs, the first in Towcester on Saturday: the young boy in the picture was very interested in what I was doing and would trot round as I took each picture to inspect the back of my camera. This one got his approval:
Towcester craft fair May 2013

And then my first time at Oak Farm Park in Barlestone, Leicestershire for their first craft fair. The stall holders were spread around the grounds and also in the two barns: I was lucky and had a spot next to the Play Barn – mainly because I obviously needed electricity. I’d thoroughly recommend it for families with young children with lots of activities from the tinies up: a large play area for the tinies, go karts of various sizes, trampolines and lots of farm animals. They do have a Facebook page, too.

The weather was beautiful for all the weekend, and lots of lovely families came to see me. Here’s a selection from the day and if anyone


received their email with the link to their private gallery, please can they let me know.

Face painted IMG_OakFm_web-9457 Henry, Lily and Mum

IMG_OakFm_web-9519 IMG_OakFm_web-9523 Dave and Teddy

Mason and his Mum Eathan and Amanda IMG_OakFm_web-9584

Millie, Emily-Jane and Josh Isla Jonathan, Alexander and Emily

We had great fun with one family: Liz, Oscar and Skye –
Liz and Skye Oscar

And if I had to pick my favourite of the day, it would be this one of Skye:

Unfortunately I didn’t manage to get the email address from one family – this is Ivy, Ruby and Lydia. If anyone recognises these girls, I’d be very grateful if you could contact me so that I can forward the link to the gallery to their family.
Ivy, Ruby and Lydia

Finally, I’d like to thank the friendly and helpful Oak Farm Park staff – from Mark and Emma, to the family who own the park to the group shot which was taken for Molly, the girl at the front, who’s moving on to pastures new.
Mark and Emma The Oak Farm Park family Oak Farm Park staff

I can print 6 x 4 images on glossy, finger proof resistant paper while you wait, with larger options available in my¬† If you right-click on the link, it will open in a new browser tab or window. If you’re a previous customer, please do email me for the password to the gallery.

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