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Fair Intents

We had a blast and hope you did to. Hopefully we will be back soon. In the meantime have a look below at what you either enjoyed or missed.

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The children from St Stephens Primary School will joined us on Saturday and Haworth Primary Sunday to show off their gardening skills

Rubbish modelling with the Cone Exchange

Make a wristband and donate to the rain forest project

Make a bag from a sack, no sewing required

Face painting with Rosie

Jo with eco-art

Kath and friends from the Bradford Guild of Spinners will be here to demonstrate making wool, have a go, feel the fleece, knit a few stitches and connect with nature, away from the synthetic plastic world we live in

Joyce will show you pompom making and start you off knitting

Jill from Daisy Days with crafty ideas

Keighley and Worth Valley Neighbourhood Police information about wildlife crime PLUS…..Detective Duck!

Craven College with wood turning with on a pole lathe and stone carving, and new this year, plaster casting and even a mobile forge! this was a huge hit last year, have a go.

Come and see the Parish Plan and have your comments heard, talk to Fibre Valley about high speed internet connection

Meet Liz from the Worth and Aire valley mags,

Jonas, woodcraft

Juggling with Spence, children’s workshop,

Didgeridoo playing with Andy Wood

Play African drums with Paul and Abe

Tai Chi with Doran

Zine workshop with Jean McEwan. Make your own fanzine from recycled paper and other materials. Sunday only

Learn to crochet with Julie on Saturday

Rag rug making demonstration with Maggie and the Oakworth ruggers

Stephen Sharp, violin maker, watch him at work

Guy, the Green Womble selling t-light holders made from fallen branches, check out his cart from scrap pieces

Earth friendly furniture selling hand made wooden stools

Real Nappy Project

BEAT Bradford Environmental Action Trust

Forest of Bradford, bat box making

Storytelling. Leri Morgan-Wynn stories from Africa for 4-6 yr olds Saturday and Sunday, stories from Europe for 6-8 yr old with Johnnie Briggs Sunday, 

Andrew McCarthy, Sunday, Julia Saturday and Sunday with fairie tales.

Amnesty International, visit them and support the worthy cause

Riverford Organics and our pedal powered smoothie maker!

Stewart Appleyard, graphic designer and sign maker with offcut art

Small World lantern making Saturday, puppet making Sunday plus other arty stuff to join in with.

Weeny Boppers music and dance for children

Cooperative membership stall, promoting cooperative membership/ Lendwithcare/green funerals/fairtrade/Green schools and cooperative campaigns
Chill Tent with meditations, sound healing

Complementary tent with Doran and Jeanette, head massage etc

Refreshment tent with tea/coffee proceeds to Manorlands and yummy locally home made cake stall

Asian food workshop with the Sangat Centre pakora and bhajis, learn the authentic way

In the marquee, non stop music from local artists, pedal and solar power sponsored by the Ecology Building Society

Flamenco, Bollywood and Belly dancers

At the Old Bronte Schoolroom, reminiscence project for older people Saturday only hosted by KIVKA

SUNDAY

2PM

Visit by the Lord Mayor Councillor Naveeda Ikram and Mrs Yasmeen Ikram

SATURDAY visit by Kris Hopkins MP

*SPECIAL EVENING EVENT Curry and Ceilidh with TENTERHOOKS

Licenced bar including Fairtrade and local beer, Fairtrade wine and soft drinks plus a raffle including the chance to win a pair of tickets from Bradford to London on Grand Central Railway

Rail tickets donated by KWVR

Hampers donated by SUMA and Co-op

Comments from last year’s event

‘a great joy to attend your wonderful event as always’ Bruce Crowther, Fairtrade Foundation

‘It was a real honour to be involved’. Emma

‘What a brilliant weekend!! So enjoyable. Roll on next year!!’ Tracy Leach

‘Can I just say a MASSIVE thanks and HUGE well done to you and your team for an amazing weekend of events.’ Carl Turner

‘Congratulations to everyone involved, on Fair Intents! What a wonderful event. Can’t wait for next year. I appreciate all the efforts made to leave the meadow in a pristine state – much appreciated. Andrew McCarthy Bronte Parsonage

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