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Meet the Maker weekend

Saturday 26 Aug 2017 - Monday 28 Aug 2017

The Meet the Maker weekend introduces a selection of our suppliers to showcase their unique products we proudly sell at Snape Maltings. Our customers will get the opportunity to meet some of the most exciting and creative producers that Britain has to offer on a more personal level. There will be a range of demonstrations and tastings throughout the weekend from 10am to 5.30pm across the site.

Join us to celebrate this weekend of creativity and talent and perhaps discover a new favourite.

If you have any questions about our Meet the Maker weekend, please call 01728 688303.

Saturday 26 August

House and Garden welcomes

Illumens, home fragrance made in Sudbury, Suffolk.

 

Food Hall welcomes

Black Shuck Gin, premium gin and liqueur from Norfolk.

Green Lady Sparkling Tea, the UK’s first ever sparkling tea company.

 

Books and Cards welcomes

Maurice and Maude, oh-so-English greetings cards letter-pressed in Suffolk.

 

Little Rascals welcomes

Porch Fairies, Norwich based family-run business specialising in children’s illustrations and greetings cards.

 

Craft Shop welcomes

Oh So Natural, vegan and organic bath and body care, handmade in Suffolk.

 

Concert Hall Shop welcomes

Rebecca Pymar, graphic style East Anglia print maker.

 

The Courtyard hosts

Kadai Firebowls, alternative barbecues made from recycled oil drums.

Lady Whincups, fresh flowers grown on Jennifer’s flower farm in Rendham.

 

Music, part of the Snape Proms season

Come and Sing ABBA, sing along to the biggest hits from the Swedish pop icons.

Grimethorpe Colliery Band, celebrating 100 years of a British cultural institution.

Sunday 27 August

House and Garden welcomes

Crisp and Dean Textiles, contemporary kitchenware and textiles.

 

Food Hall welcomes

B Chocolates, honey chocolates  produced in Sudbourne.

Black Shuck Gin, premium gin and liqueur from Norfolk.

Green Lady Sparkling Tea, the UK’s first ever sparkling tea company.

 

Books and Cards welcomes

Saren Papercuts, papercut artist based in Norfolk.

 

Little Rascals welcomes

Double Flip, two in one clothes, accessories and toys.

 

Craft Shop welcomes

The Suffolk Candle Company, handmade home fragrance.

 

Music, part of the Snape Proms season

John Wilson Orchestra, Gershwin in Hollywood.

Monday 28 August

Food Hall welcomes

Green Lady Sparkling Tea, the UK’s first ever sparkling tea company.

Salubrious Sauces, unique condiments for classic British food.

Little Rascals welcomes

The Adventures of Smokey and Friends, a collection of children’s stories about Anna’s beloved family pets.

 

Craft Shop welcomes

Corinne Lapierre, felt craft kits.

 

Samphire welcomes

Laboratory Perfumes, long lasting scents evoking British landscapes.

 

The Maltings Gallery welcomes artists

Kate Felton, artist specialising in portraiture and still life.

Suzanne Campbell, artist specialising in glass.

Cathy Outen, artist specialising in ceramics.

 

The Concert Hall Shop welcomes

Wilfred George, hand drawn walking maps.

 

The Courtyard hosts

Kadai Firebowls, alternative barbecues made from recycled oil drums.

Pop Chorus, St Elizabeth Hospice Choir.

 

Music, part of the Snape Proms season

London Gay Men’s Chorus, how popular music changed the world.