Makit Fenland Fair, St Ives, Cambridgeshire
Come along to Burgess Hall on Westwood Road in St. Ives on Saturday 2nd October and find yourself spoilt for choice as you browse stall after stall dedicated to the materials, tools and accessories you need to practice your favourite textile craft whether it be lacemaking, quilting, beading or embroidery.
Early bird offer ends 21st August 2021
Early Bird deadline is the 21st August 2021.
Ticket price is £6.50 per person and you will receive a free show guide worth £1.50 when you purchase your tickets before 21st August 2021.
Pre-paid tickets will be available from the Ticket Collection Desk on entering the fair, or may be sent to your address by post for an additional charge of £0.70 to cover the cost of postage
Tickets may be purchased online with payment via PayPal, which we consider to be totally secure (if you wish to pay by debit or credit card please select the card option within PayPal).
Free Show Guide
Your free show guide will be available for your collection from the Ticket Collection desk on entering the fair.
Payment by cash or card
You can also contact us by telephone on 01354 65 44 44 or 01354 65 05 00 to make a ticket payment by credit or debit card.
Collecting your Tickets
On collecting your pre-paid tickets from the Ticket Collection Desk on entering the fair, you will be asked to provide your ‘confirmation of order number’ and postcode.
If tickets are to be collected by a third party, the name and address postcode of the individual collecting the tickets is to be stated at the time of ordering.
Should you wish to organise a coach party to visit any of our Fairs, we have some very generous ticket deals for parties of 10 or more persons in addition to our free show guide offer.
Please contact us on 01354 650500 to and out what we can offer.
Alternatively, email us with your requirements and we will contact you with the deal we can offer.
Click on the Blue Click here for direction box to activate the Google Maps link.
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Ample free parking is available in the two visitor car parking areas, to the front and right-hand side of the Burgess Hall.
Assistance is available to the less able to access the lift from ground level to the Burgess hall foyer.