Taking place over the entire weekend at the historic venue Nr Preston, the family-friendly festival will feature over 100 local makers and creators as well as a seated arena brimming with live entertainment.
Laura Johnson, event director said: First and foremost I?d like to assure everyone that our events are safe and secure. My team has worked tremendously hard behind the scenes to ensure that all regulations are adhered to?.
She added; ?The event was a huge success last year and featured socially distanced deck chairs laid out on the lawns. We hope to build on that this year and have some really exciting line-up announcements to follow in the coming weeks??.
The Crafty Vintage Village, which is a cool and quirky outdoor retail area has provided a springboard for hundreds of local start-ups. So expect to see a fine assortment of makers and creators offering their trinkets and treasures. It?s a fantastic opportunity to support local businesses and help them prosper into the future.
Streetfood is very much on the menu with a selection of international flavours being served up by award-winning food truck operators. Nearby, resident mixologists will be on hand to shake and stir mouthwatering cocktails or serve locally brewed beers.
Tickets are essential and it is strongly recommended to book early by visiting: CraftyVintage.com