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Autumn Fair

An event in November in West Yorkshire
National Coal Mining Museum
Wakefield
West Yorkshire
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Doors open at 10am and close at 4pm. Free entry and free parking is available to all. We have 40 stands selling all types of craft and gift from traditional hand painted glass to modern and contemporary art as well as jewellery cards toys, floral arrangements hand made gifts, knits, sews, photography and lots more, with exhibitors from all over the region. We have specialist demonstrations by local artists and crafters.

The museum is open throughout with free underground tours and related activities on all craft fair dates as well as extra events and / or entertainment including Punch and Judy shows, children's craft activities, brass bands and magic shows.

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