Claire of Cat-a-Cake Creations is also the organiser of The Fairy Tale Fair- a whimsical craft fair based in Brighton. The Fairy Tale Fair was dreamt up by Claire in May 2012 and has gone on to be a huge success. Claire is responsible for the venue, the marketing, the stall holder selection, the social media accounts and the branding of The Fairy Tale Fair.
Find our why this whimsical craft fair is causing a buzz across Sussex.
Launched in Summer 2012 The Fairy Tale Fair is back yet again during 2015. The debut August fair and the Christmas specials have all been huge successes and have received rave reviews from local press, visitors & stall holders alike.
2014 saw huge expansion for The Fairy Tale Fair including 3 festive fairs in Patcham, Brighton Open Market and Brighton Racecourse- which was Brighton’s biggest handmade Christmas fair of 2014! The day is always designed to bring the community together and as a great day out for all ages.
A few comments from others…
“As a local magazine we love to include all of the best events the city has to offer, and The Fairy Tale Fair certainly falls into this category! When visiting the Christmas fair we were amazed at the variety of stalls selling such wonderful handmade gifts; from jewellery and accessories, to prints and home wares, the city was well represented in all of its creative glory. With more than just stalls, the Fairy Tale Fair is a great day out; with crafty workshops, performers and a vintage style tearoom it is easy to spend the whole day keeping the family happy in the friendly and imaginative atmosphere of the fair.”- Toby, Editor, Inside Magazine.
“The Fairy Tale Fair has a great image & is well organised, a real pleasure to be part of, with fab tea & cake!” – Rachel, Owner, Powder Beauty, Brighton
“The Fairy Tale Fair is the best new event to come to Brighton in ages! We’re soooo excited to be a part of it again!… It’s the most incredible event perfect for kids and big kids!”- Ali and Jam, Hello DODO
“It’s a community event with workshops, kids activities, tea and cake. At the first summer fair in August, stalls were filled with crafty folk selling their wares and visitors from as far away as Kent. A real buzz that leads to a well-attended and successful community event.”- AJ,Marketing & Digital, Printed.com
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