World war 1 trail the crafty foxes are very fortunate to have been commisioned to make 4 pieces of the 18 for this years trail. Please click the link in green to find out more.

To commemorate the World War 1 trail in Bury over the Summer we are running a create a poppy competition. All we ask is that you create a poppy out of anything you like and photograph it. Then post the picture on our dedicated facebook page. www.facebook.com/thecraftyfoxes.buryinbloom Its free to enter! Pick up a leaflet from various outlets in town. The Apex coffee shop and TIC. Cathedral shop TIP point, Rangers Hut Abbey Gardens, Moreton Hall coffee shop, Woolpit Nurseries. FREE crafty foxes workshop Friday 11-1pm and 2-4pm in Abbey Gardens next the Avery. Message me to book on. All ages.  Let's make this years Bury In Bloom competition bigger and better. Big presentation night for prize winners at the Athenaeum in October.

Community

the crafty foxes is available for mobile craft workshops at a venue of your choosing with or without power! Pay a one off day or weekend event fee or we can run a rolling pay as you go craft activity, whereby parents pay per child and stay with them. We can also provide the table, gazebo and chairs. Our mobile crafts include the following but the ones in bold do require a power supply.

  • Sandart
  • Making garden lanterns with tissue paper or glass pens
  • Making peg dolls
  • Making bath bombs
  • Making glow in the dark slime
  • Making hair shampoo
  • Making air drying clay key rings
  • Tie dying socks or t-shirts
  • Plate decorating
  • Kite making
  • Make stress balls
  • Make tin can bumble bees
  • Fish in a bag soap making
  • Shrinkle key rings
  • Bedroom door plaques
  • Sock snowmen

If you have a particular activity or theme in mind which is not mentioned above please contact me as I love a challenge! Activities can be run every half an hour throughout your day or children can pay for a ticket and get allocated a time or on a turn up and attend basis depending on popularity of day. the crafty foxes in the past have run 'make your own edible tea cups' for an Alice in Wonderland themed charity day, or tie dye socks for an 'I love the 70s' Museum throw back day, or 'make a garden lantern' as a personal local charity event raising money for SANDS.Greene King staff family day, Clare, Brandon, Newmarket and Mildenhall markets. Lattitude, Barclays Bank pop up shop, West Stow Dragonfest, demonstrations in Hobbycraft