The Shibden Estate has been going Totally Locally for its food and craft market this weekend.
As Brighouse is taken back in time with their 1940’s weekend, visitors to Shibden can help support local business and suppliers at the free event.
As the sun is expected to shine all weekend, people can visit the local produce market and look in the Medieval Hall, 17th Century Barn and gardens of the Shibden Estate, without paying the usual admission price.
Visitors can sample and purchase tasty treats such as chutneys, cheeses, cakes and jams, as well as crafts and gifts. All the produce on sale has been made locally, supporting local businesses, growers and producers.
The event is running all weekend from 10am until 4pm with free admission to both the market and the Shibden Estate.
Calderdale Council’s Shibden Hall and Estate Manager, Deborah Comyn-Platt, said: “The Shibden Estate is a great place to visit, and the Totally Locally food and craft market gives people chance to explore the grounds and museum, whilst also sampling the produce and supporting local traders.”