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Stronger together: Collective showcases wide range of talent





A group of Norfolk and Suffolk crafters hosted their second event of the year last weekend.

The Border Craft Collective, which has been going since 2014, held a fair at the United Reformed Church in Diss on April 13.

Around 17 crafters showed off their wares, including wood turning, decoupage, pottery, photography, jewellery, needlework and pyrography.

Border Craft Collective crafters showing off their wares at the event at Diss United Reform Church. Picture: Mark Bullimore
Border Craft Collective crafters showing off their wares at the event at Diss United Reform Church. Picture: Mark Bullimore

Organiser Alison Redhead said: “The fair was such a success and an enjoyable day, not just for our crafters, but also for all of those who came to see what we do.

“We thank everyone for coming and look forward to seeing them again at future fairs.”

The collective will be hosting eight fairs in total this year, with the next one at Stradbroke Community Centre on May 11, while others are scheduled for Eye, Roydon, Long Stratton and Diss later in the year.

Although the group operates a membership model, it also welcomes non-members. To find out more, go to the Borders Craft Collective Facebook page.



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