The Carshalton Frost Fair is on Saturday 1st of December 2018, 1pm-6pmIf you are interested in becoming a stall holder at the Carshalton Frost Fair in 2018, please fill in the enquiry form.
The Frost Fair is sited in the beautiful setting next to Carshalton Ponds and is a traditional winter event with activities for all of the family. As it gets darker, the area is lit with twinkling fairy lights which all helps create a magical atmosphere.
Outside Honeywood Museum and in the nearby Memorial Gardens and Festival Walk stalls from the Wallington Farmers Market, offer a varied range of tasty treats as well as a variety of local craft stalls selling wonderful gift ideas such as glassware, pottery, woodcraft and more. There is a tasty hog roast & seasonal food with bar & warming drinks. See stalls listing below.
We are always looking for volunteers to help with the event on the day.
Stalls at the last event:
The Giggly Pig Company- Hog roast, sausages and bacon
Ildiko’s Chocolate – Artisan chocolate slabs, truffles, caramel sauces, baked chocolate goodies plus hot chocolate
Nut Knowle Farm – Hand made goat’s cheese
Antares Concepts – Handmade wooden items and soft toys
Park Lane Bakery – edible Xmas decorations, Christmas Eve boxes and enamel mugs with mulled wine/hot chocolate kits
Savon Stories – Raw organic botanical skincare
Upsickles – Upcycled homeware and gifts
Brenda Coverdale – knitted scarves, tops, toys and hats
S & S Patisserie – Pastries, eclairs and fruit flans
Carshalton Ceramics – ceramic functional ware – bowls, dishes, jugs and tealight holders
Emma’s Art – Painted tin, pottery and wood
Julian’s Artisan Baker – Artisan breads and pastries plus Xmas goods – Penettone, Stollen and biscuits
Kush Cuisine – Award winning handmade preserves with a Caribbean twist
Petals and Berry – fabric decorative homeware
Amber Glass Design – Creative glass designs
Wright’s Original – Traditional ginger drinks and cakes
Calie Crafts – Handmade candles and cake stands
Just Be Natural – Handmade skincare products
Hallsgate Wood – wooden decorative homeware
Koula’s Kitchen – Jams, marmalade and preserves
Selsdon Ceramics – Pottery from local clay
Friends of Honeywood Museum – books and literature about the Museum
The Brook – bar and veggie food
Sugar and Spice Sutton – Traditional French Crepes and hot drinks
Red Gingham Bakery – Rainbow cake, brownies, cookies, fudge
The Little Honey Bee Company – Beeswax and honey products
Lydia Dawson – paintings, prints, cards and coasters Bee
Hocus Pocus – Fairtrade gifts and soy candles
K Designs – Fused glass – pictures, hangings, coasters, plates, Xmas decorations and jewellery
Abel Kestevan – Unique paintings and cards from the artist himself
Epsom Beekeeping Group – Honey and products from the hive
Shop With Love – handmade soap, cards, tags, lavender bags and decorations
Sutton Fairtrade Group – information and FairTrade products to sample
Carshalton Lavender – Local lavender growers – info and craft goods plus oil
Alicia Baby Deco/Couture – Children’s items – bibs, burp cloths and toys
Simply Scarves – Hand knitted scarves, headbands, fingerless gloves and button crafts
Entertainments with a seasonal feel at the last event:
The Friends of the Ecology Centre held their Christmas Fair alongside the Frost Fair from 1-4pm – activities included: Woodland Storytelling; Tales of Molly Whuppie and others, in the special storytelling tent, with fairylights, music and shadow puppets.
Inside Honeywood Museum :
Santa’s Grotto in the Childhood Room, The Christmas Magic Show in the Drawing Room
and Storytelling in the Billiards Room.
Entertainments in the Memorial Gardens at the last event:
1pm – 1.40pm Carl and Ellie. Ellie and Carl are experienced singer /songwriters specializing in self- penned laid back love songs backed by acoustic guitars, with a sprinkling of well-chosen covers thrown in.
1.45pm-2.15pm – Niffer and the Bow Ties – A fun-fuelled pop/folk rock group that’ll have you smiling and dancing all day
2.20pm – 2.50pm – Netjerj – Haunting female vocals with a mix of originals and covers
2.55pm-3.25pm – Moth – Chilled out accordion driven Steampunk triphop chanteussing! www.bumpandthumper.com
3.30pm-4pm – Lillith by my Side – Ghostly, haunting harmonies from this wonderful female duo!
4.05pm-4.35pm – Apoplexy – Songs from the dark side of pop!
4.40pm-5.10pm – Against the Grain -Excellently catchy tunes from this fabulous duo!
5.15pm-6pm – Guy Padfield – Harp grooves
In the Choir Area at the last event:
1.15pm-1.45pm – Penny Royal
1.50pm-2.20pm – Sutton Chorale / All Saints Choir
2.25pm-2.55pm – Sutton Theatre Train – Narration, drama and singing
3pm-3.30pm – Carshalton Salvation Army – Carols and christmas tunes played by the band
3.35pm-4.05pm – Carshalton Choral Society – A festive feel with carol singing
4.10pm – 4.40pm – The Brook Choir – Contemporary Christmas music from the Wallington choir
4.45 – 5.30 Wandle Ceilidh Band