Another summer of art and craft on the promenade at Grange over Sands on the edge of The Bay.
The gardens along the prom are beautiful and each section is looked after by a group in the community.
I made a new windbreak this year with stuff that reminded me of Punch and Judy shows. I'm not sure if I like it as much as the seaside blue stripe that we had last year.We'll see how it goes.
Robert is the one who is the inspiration behind the Prom Art and is always to be seen strolling around in his canary yellow coat. Not to be missed!
We are often entertained by musicians and dancers, morris, belly, and jazz!
There are now around 100 artists and crafters coming on the last Sunday of each month from April to September and an amazing variety of art work can be bought .
The Brantwood stand is always busy. Brantwood was John Ruskins home from 1872 - 1900.See the website http://www.valeriewood-lakes.co.uk/ for more information about drawing workshops.
One of my absolute favorites is a stand run by Evelyn Stickland. She turns fleece to felt and creates bags, scarves, rugs and a miriad of other wonderful things. Contact her on 01524 853349 but not before I get the best goodies!
Anyone who knows me ,knows my penchance for earrings, and this is a great stall to browse. This is the stand of Rebecca Johnson. Find her at http://www.moonbeamsaccessories.co.uk/ or 01229 465426
People are facinated by the work of Sue at http://www.againstthegrain.info/ as she pares the wood from stakes and turns them into the most lovely flowers, as well as some amazing solid wooden furniture.