September Yandles Woodwork show and camping
The next Yandles Woodworking and Craft Show is coming up on 8th and 9th
September. Held twice a year, this
popular show is a must see event for any woodworking and craft enthusiasts with
1000’s visiting from across the country over the 2 day event.
huge range of tools on show as well as demonstrations from wood turners,
carvers, walking stick makers and tool-makers, it’s a great place to go for
some inspiration and to pick up some tips from the professionals. There are special show offers throughout the
day as well as 15% off all timber during the show as well. As well as woodwork, there are a wide range
of crafts on sale and demonstrations from makers in the hobbies and crafts tent
including paper craft, quilling, artists and card making. There is ample parking on site as well as a
Yandles has, over
its 150 years history become a firm favourite with Woodworkers. This unique
Company runs a sawmill, woodworking centre, gallery, hobbies shop and café from
its site in this beautiful part of Somerset and is a great place to
visit at any time.
We have already started taking bookings for the weekend and,
if previous events are anything to go by, we are likely to get booked up
If you are thinking of coming
along to visit the show, contact us soon to check availability for our touring
and camping pitches, holiday homes or our luxury glamping cabin. Southfork is just a few minutes drive from
the Yandles Sawmill so we are ideally placed for quick access to the show.
The lovely village of Martock is also well worth a visit when
you are in the area. There is a wealth of fine historic buildings
to see, uniquely constructed from the Ham Stone quarried from the nearby Ham Hill. Ham Stone has a mellow, golden
colour which gives a lovely warmth to the local buildings, some of which date
back to the medieval period. The monthly
local farmers market takes place on 9th September and has a range of
stalls selling local food including honey, cheese, artisan bread, delicious cakes
and – of course – the local Somerset Cider. For more information on Martock,
what to see when you are there and events see Martock Online.