Saturday 19 - Sunday 20 August 2017, 10am - 5pm, FREE

Join us for a vibrant summer celebration of arts, crafts, food and culture in our galleries, garden and converted mill, The Calder.

Craft and Food Market

Head to our converted mill The Calder and treat yourself at our independent market with a range of jewellery, ceramics, textiles, prints, stationary, homeware, food and drink from local designers, makers and producers including:

AH Jewellery / Basil and Ford / The Bird & The Hare / Chilli Shop / Colin Jowitt Ceramics / Craft Tea Company / Ding Ding / Dittany Rose  / Fox + Lilly / Gale & Temple / geo-fleur / Gosia Weber Handmade / Alison Hardcastle / Hashtag House / Haywood Botanicals / Hedge and Hog Prints / Julia Ogden / Little Badger Cider Co / Little Shop of Lathers / Loela Loubijoux / Memo Illustration / Moments Of Sense & Style / Ohsoochilli Sauce / PEGGY / Pottery West / Riddles / Soren's House / Spice Kitchen / StolenForm / Tea Party at the Zoo / The Rag Makers / The Seasonal Larder / Upsydaisy Craft / WitShop / Yorkshire Dama Cheese

Street Food Market

Stop and rest in the garden and tuck into some delicious street food and drink from The Hop Box, Mio Pizza, Chaat Cart, Wrapture and more.

Free Family Activities

In the garden, create bright, printed Wearable Sculptures inspired by Hodgkin’s colourful, energetic paintings. Use inventive printing tools and ink pads to create your own colorful artwork on paper then transform your designs into wearable sculpture to show off around the gallery and the Summer Fair. (Saturday and Sunday) 

In our galleries and learning studios, create your own artwork with Colour Vision (Sunday only).


Saturday 19 August, 12 – 12.15pm / 1 – 1.15pm / 2 – 2.15pm / 3 – 3.15pm

Join Yew Tree Theatre in the garden as part of their summer school programme.

Yew Tree Youth Theatre aim to build confidence and self-esteem in young people, regardless of ability or previous experience. Their public performances are only a small element of their programme, which gives everyone the chance to learn skills and develop at their own pace. Established for over 21 years, the youth theatre has given hundreds of young people the chance to enjoy drama and continues to grow, now with over 200 young people attending one of ten sessions every week.

Workshops for Adults

Get creative and develop new skills in Reduction Lino-Cut Printing, led by experienced local artists (Saturday). Please note, fees apply and advanced booking is essential. 


  • 19 August 2017 - 20 August 2017