Miss Costello wrote:just shopping I'm afraid...I usually have a list and in these miserable financial times I tend to stick to it.
sorry to be dull.
Medicus Matt wrote:A personal shopper.
"You boy! Go and find me a 7th century Frankish belt buckle whilst I sit here and drink my tea."
I do one in Penarth and the talks etc are always well attendedHaving been to wargames shows where they had lectures on specific battles and meet the author sessions, they were both enjoyable and well attanded.
Im considering running master classes in meat drying etc at certain shows this season, not at markets yet but if any organisers want me to I cancraft workshops?
Fairfax wrote:Perhaps if you could find something on the lines of The Horrible Histories, you could do a demo on foods that played a part in historical murders, poisonings,choking, surfeit of lampreys, Sweeney Todd, cannibalism and piracy etc. This keeps the kids entertained and happy whilst the parents buy. There is a touring company for Horrible Histories now due to it's popularity ; you could make some Sickly Sweets from the fruit leathers for the kids to buy.
presumably a fee to Mr Deary for using his branding
Brian la Zouche wrote:as a shopper ,
it would be nice to see some items at different levels of construction, other than the finished item for sale...
every trader i have spoken to has always taken time to answer any questions i may have had, not only do you guys make the items but you know an awful lot about them, which is really good service IMO
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