Five Barbourne artists will host their first fair this weekend, with a variety of unique Christmas gifts on offer.

The fair will be hosted by St George's Church Hall on Saturday, December 2, between 10am-4pm.

The newly formed artist group, consisting of painters Cherrie Mansfield, Caroline Hall, Margaret Powell, Nicola Currie, Felicity Osborne, and textile artist Jane Arthur, will be showcasing a diverse array of Worcestershire-made products ranging from paintings and jewellery to textiles and coasters.


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Ms Currie said: "We know the benefits of shopping local and Worcester is a city with a thriving artist community.

"At this fair we aim to show the rich variety of personally made gifts to local people.

"If you are looking for stocking fillers, gifts for relatives and friends or a treat for yourself, do come along."

Mrs Mansfield added: "We aim to provide pieces to suit a wide variety of tastes and budgets without incurring postage, transport or gallery costs.

"This is so local that Felicity is wheeling the display boards for the show from RGS up the Tything!"

The event will run alongside the Worcester Christmas Fair, providing an opportunity for visitors to drop in and explore.