Christmas Fair 2014
This year our 7th successive Christmas Fair will take place in our 19th century Stables Courtyard next to Lisnavagh House. Dates to be confirmed shortly.
Opening Times: Friday, 4-8pm Saturday 10am-5pm
Donations to Carlow Hospice at the door.
We look forward to seeing you at the Fair!
William, Emily & Gladys
Lists of Stands for 2014 will be confirmed shortly. The list of Stands at the 2013 Christmas Fair were...
Bunbury Boards - fully traceable, handmade boards made at Lisnavagh
Wooden bowls made by Willie & Gordon who work at Lisnavagh
Forever Living - Aloe Vera products Aileen Kennedy
Silk Connection - Silk clothing Betty Caulfield
The Toy Box - Wooden toys Sean Shanahan
Lorimat Jewellers - Jewellery
Keedo Clothing - childrens clothes Marion Doyle
Forget-me-not - Gift items, candles etc Kate O'Mahony
BEADazzled - Beaded jewellery Athena Brownrigg
Bolina Jewellery - Handmade silver jewellery Tomas & Lina
Latitudes - Paper lanterns/lightchains/soft furnishings Manuela Curran
The Sweet Shop Gallery - Sweets (bullseyes/wham bars etc Serena Caulfield
Harvest Breeze - Wooden Mobiles & Birdfeeders Declan Kirwan
Hollynook Pottery - Handcrafted pottery with animal designs Sharon Cusack
Ava Rose Jewellery & Accessories - Costume jewellery/handbags/scarves - Mary Vanson
Timeless Cakes - Christmas cakes/puddings/muffins etc - Selena Kirby
Sports Recovery/Country Collection - Therapeutic gifts/cards/prints - Gill Browne
Tomas Janonis - Photography Tomas Janonis
Handmade nougat - Willemien Rust
Mr. Bees Manuka Honey Honey & jewellery - Sue Wardell
Ballyderrin House Christmas cakes/relishes/cakes/puddings - Pam Holligan
The Craft Loft handmade Christmas crafts/felt/knitting/papercraft Pam Corrie
Stoneware pottery & woven willow baskets from Irish grown willow
Lisnavagh Collection - a selection of items produced at Lisnavagh
Directions to Lisnavagh House
Turn left in the centre of Rathvilly, by the Mace shop. Turn right after the village school. Turn right again at the next junction, drive for about a mile. The main entrance is on the right (black post and rail) signposted Lisnavagh House.