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Hever Castle 2021 – with Craft in Focus

By 6th April 2021
Hever Castle 2021 - with Craft in Focus

Start date: 9th September 2021

End date: 12th September 2021

Time: 10am - 5pm daily

Location: Hever Castle, Hever Rd, Hever, Edenbridge TN8 7NG

Craft in Focus

Hever Castle 2021 – with Craft in Focus

 This will be the third year that the event has been held at this location.

You will find my work in Marquee – ?

After exhibiting at Pashley Manor Gardens a fortnight before – this is an ideal opportunity to pick up an order or follow up an enquiry?

Why not come along to Craft in Focus event at Hever Castle?

With well established pieces for instance. Maybe one of the Candleholders first made as a design in 1993.

A piece from the lattice range     or a object not yet designed or made (plenty of months to the show!) will be on display and available to be purchased.

Why not take a business card and make contact at a later date?

A  specially designed piece or maybe order a product online you saw at the show as a gift?

A little information about the historic castle and gardens.  (Hever Castle 2021 – with Craft in Focus)

The Castle

Going back to the 13th century.  Hever Castle was once the childhood home of Anne Boleyn, second wife of Henry VIII and Mother of Elizabeth I.

It formed the unlikely backdrop to a sequence of tumultuous events that changed the course of Britain’s history, monarchy and religion.

Its panelled rooms house fine furniture, tapestries and antiques

What is regarded as ‘one of the best collections of Tudor portraits after the National Portrait Gallery’ by David Starkey.

The Book of Hours Room beautifully illuminates two prayer books which belonged to Anne Boleyn and bear her inscriptions and signature.

The Gardens

Discover the magnificent award-winning gardens set in 125 acres of glorious grounds at Hever Castle. Marvel at the Pompeiian Wall and classical statuary in the Italian Garden.

Admire the giant topiary chess set and inhale the fragrance of over 4,000 rose bushes in the quintessential English Rose Garden


Would you like more information about this historic place – To Visit?