Pulling on my Hunter wellies armed with my camera, a spare memory card and my program (not forgetting my Springer Spaniel Ben); I’m ready for day 2 at the Chatsworth Country Fair. Having already had a taster from yesterday (you can read Day 1 at the fair here) where I got the chance to interview the lovely Adam Henson, I decide to spend some time exploring the trade stalls. From country clothing and traditional crafts to artisan food and homemade gifts rows of stalls line the picturesque backdrop of the Chatsworth Estate. The trade stalls play host to many branded goods from Joules and Barbour to Elemis and Neal's Yard but include smaller independent brands.
Monday, 21 September 2015
Chatsworth House, Bakewell.
One of the main highlights of the countryside calendar is the annual Chatsworth Country Fair. Dubbed ‘Palace of the Peaks,’ the Chatsworth Estate is situated in the idyllic Peak District among lush grass, therapeutic sounds of the River Derwent (which runs through the estate) and poetic bird song; the country fair brings together the finest representation of the quintessential British countryside. A fantastic 3-day event for all the family and friends.