Ruddington Village Market’s special “Makers’ Night” returns next month, building on the success of the first events in 2019.
Held from 4pm until 9pm on Friday 10th September, the night will play host to over 60 artisan makers from the local area and across the region. The event is being organised by the award-winning Ruddington Village Centre Partnership in collaboration with the Framework Knitters’ Museum and the Debbie Bryan Gallery, and supported by the European Regional Development Fund.
This year’s Makers’ Night expands from the original three indoor village venues, now growing to six indoor and outdoor locations. These are: The Cottage Hotel, The Frame Breakers, The Village Green, St Peter’s Church and The White Horse Inn, plus the Framework Knitters’ Museum with a Young Makers’ showcase – and a chance to get a sneak preview of the newly redeveloped museum site.
As with the first Makers’ Nights, the evening promises a fantastic atmosphere with live music, street food, late night shopping in the village centre, and more pop-up makers stalls held within shops on High Street and Church Street.
To find out more about Makers’ Night 2021, head over to www.ruddingtonvillagemarket.co.uk/makers-night, follow @ruddingtonvillagemarket on Instagram and Facebook, and @ruddmarket on Twitter. Also, look out for the special flyer coming to letterboxes all over Rushcliffe this August, and banners and posters appearing soon.
Mark Pinks, Ruddington Village Centre Partnership
Image courtesy of Graham Wright via RUDDINGTON.info