We are home again - but briefly!
T.O.R.M. was great fun, as always. Here's John in 18th century costume just putting cloth out on the atall - we haven't opened yet! (He looks neater when his waitcoat is on!!!)
We set up early on the Friday morning and the market opens at midday, from then on you barely get a minute to think, but it's always really good to see friends and customers old and new. The social side is just as important as the trade really!
Forest Glass were just behind us with all their beautiful historical handblown glass. I love it - most of my glassware now comes from them!
Trinity Court Potteries were no where near us - but we share a cottage with Jim and Emma, so I had to show you their beautiful pottery too!
My final picture is History in the Making - Simon handmakes all the furniture that you can see here When we are all camping in the summer they bring their four poster bed which Simon made with the hangings hand stitched by Lesley - really stylish!
Our next trip is to Ludlow Medieval Christmas Fayre - off tomorrow!
The medieval origins of Mothering Sunday
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