Staffordshire Wildlife Trust is inviting everyone to beat the rush and get their Christmas presents early this year.
The nature conservation charity is holding its popular annual Christmas Fayre on Saturday 15 and Sunday 16 November at its Wolseley Centre headquarters on the A51 between Stafford and Rugeley.
Visitors can browse more than 30 stalls offering a range of locally handmade crafts including jewellery, wood crafts and paintings.
Other gift ideas include bottles of the Trust’s fundraising Peregrine and Wild Wolseley ales.
Alison Rhodes, commercial manager at Staffordshire Wildlife Trust said, “This year’s Christmas Fayre is our biggest ever, and promises to be a magical event. The whole of the ground floor of the Wolseley visitor centre will be filled to the brim with festive fun and festivities.
“Guests can also treat the birds in their garden’s to a peanut Christmas cake, suet snowman, or festive seed wreath, available from our well-stocked gift shop.”
Traditional minced pies and mulled wine will also be available, along with jams, cakes and other refreshments.
The Christmas Fayre takes place between 10am- 4pm both days. Admission is £1.50.
For more information contact Staffordshire Wildlife Trust on 01889 880100.