Monday 9 July 2012

...Castle Acre Makers Summer Fair...

Join us for a great day out in Castle Acre ast mosaic artist Carolyn Ash holds her Summer Craft Fair at the old Castle Acre village hall, nestled amongst the trees overlooked by the castle remains. 

There'll be a colourful and eclectic selection of handmade art, ceramic and fabric products on display and for sale, alongside homemade cakes, food and refreshments.

12th Century walled Norman castle ruins at Castle Acre.

Castle Acre takes its name from the walled castle built in the 12th-century by the Normans. 
A rural village in north west Norfolk, it lies four miles north of Swaffham and to the west of the A1065 at the point where the river Nar is crossed by an ancient route known as the Peddars Way.

Castle Acre Village Hall.

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