The annual Christmas market returns over 26-28 November 2021 to celebrate all things hand-made.
Food market with 30 artisan food stalls to whet your appetite - specially selected by the award-winning Welbeck Farm Shop
Our BIGGEST EVER art marquee with 60 artists and craftspeople carefully curated by The Harley Gallery
15 artists' studios to explore
Plus visit two critically acclaimed art galleries, relaxing cafés and pottery painting.
Ellul Ceramics is delighted to be exhibiting again at this fantastic event. Lisa will again be sharing a stand with her good friend and fantastic ceramist Jillian Riley.
Nestled in the heart of Sherwood Forest in Nottinghamshire, Welbeck extends to some 15,000 acres, straddling the borders of Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire.
The estate is within the area of North Nottinghamshire known as the Dukeries. The name comes from four historic neighbouring Ducal estates, Welbeck, Clumber, Thoresby, and Worksop Manor. Depending on where you drew the line, the estates between them covered 88 thousand acres, giving the Dukeries at the time some of the qualities of a self-contained world.
Welbeck has constantly evolved over the centuries – from a Premonstratensian Abbey founded in 1153, to a Cavalier residence in the 17th century; from English Gothic to the New Works of the nineteenth century with their mysterious labyrinth of tunnels. The MOD used many of the estate buildings as a Sixth Form College from 1954 to 2005.
Today Welbeck is still a working estate and contains a Grade 2 registered historic park designed in 1748 by Francis Richardson; ancient woodlands and forestry; a beautiful chain of lakes; farmland and grazing; a deer park; and some of the country’s most important rural heritage buildings. At its heart lies the historic Welbeck Abbey and Welbeck Village.
The Welbeck Winter Weekend
Welbeck Estates Company Ltd
01909 500 211