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Join us at our popular annual event, celebrating craftsmanship, handmade arts and crafts, and showcasing local makers.
There will be a number of workshops available, such as willow weaving, needle felting, bug-making from recycled metals, rag-rugging etc... more details and schedules soon!
Artisan Stalls & Craft Workshops and Demonstrations
Food & Drink available all day and evening in the Globe Bar and Cafe.
FREE ENTRY all weekend 10 am - 5 pm
You can book camping or B&B nearby and enjoy a full weekend in Hay on Wye!
MAKERS! - click the link below to book your pitch to sell your handmade arts and crafts...
Stalls = £55, which is for a pitch 3x3 for two days.
If you wish to have a one day pitch please note this is £30 and you need to email firstname.lastname@example.org to specify the day and setting up arrangements.
ALL work MUST be handmade/crafted only - no mass-produced or bought in items please!
Junior Bill’s streetwise sound is both refreshingly youthful and politically mature. The young Cardiff five piece’s songs brim with witty playground limericks and latin melodies so catchy they distract you from the tragic subtexts of division, decline and gentrification.
The music is hugely danceable too. Dubby basslines and concrete grooves underpin a dub-soaked global-local collage of sound. It's a blend that makes them the natural torch-bearers of a vein of Jamaican-influenced British songwriting running from Jerry Dammers to Jamie T.
Since meeting in their local community centre at the tilt of their teenage years, they have grown from youth club loiterers into electric and brilliant showmen, delighting crowds up and down the country. After touring with Danny Goffey of Supergrass fame, gaining the support of BBC Radio Wales and winning a Cardiff Music Award, the Bill are ready to take their poignant, vital and honest music to the world.