The British Isles’ fine reputation as a cradle of creativity will be celebrated at Brotherhood Shopping Park on Saturday August 9 from 10am to 4pm.
A display of Mini Coopers, those most British of cars, will form a backdrop to a series of stalls featuring everything from handmade accessories to traditional food. Homemade cupcakes and Purple Pantry Fudge will be there to satisfy those with a sweet tooth. Or if it’s more of a savoury craving you’re after, why not sample some delicious artisan cheeses from ‘The Cheese Board’ with a side of chutney on crackers from the ‘Bytham Kitchen Preserves’.
Plus – talented face painter Laura Lu will be on hand to exhibit some best of British designs on the faces of the younger Brotherhood shoppers.
“We too often forget that we’re still of a creative nature,” says a Brotherhood spokesperson. “There’s plenty to celebrate and smile about in terms of home-grown products, and that’s what we’re setting out to showcase. So join us for a bit of fun with just a tinge of flag-waving pride.”
Hobbycraft and TK Maxx will soon be opening on the site adding to the retail mix of M&S, NEXT, H&M and more.