The county’s largest conservation charity is inviting people to pick up a unique Mother’s Day gift by attending its popular Craft Fayre in March.
Staffordshire Wildlife Trust is holding the event on Saturday 11th and Sunday 12th March between 10am and 4pm at its Wolseley Centre headquarters, near Rugeley.
There will be a wide range of stalls during both days at the fayre, including paintings, knitware and jewellery.
Sam Pachner, Events and Fundraising Officer at Staffordshire Wildlife Trust, said:
“Our Craft Fayre has increased in popularity year after year, and we are lucky there will be so many talented craftspeople and artists in attendance again this year.
“It is Mother’s Day at the end of March so the fayre is a perfect chance to pick up a special gift.”
Admission to the fayre is £1.50, with proceeds going towards the Trust’s work protecting and enhancing wildlife and open spaces in the county. Entrance for under-16s is free.
Visitors can also explore the centre’s magnificent 26-acre grounds and put their feet up afterwards with a selection of hot and cold drinks and cake.
The Wolseley Centre is located at Wolseley Bridge on the A51 between Stone and Rugeley.
For more information call the Trust on 01889 880100