The county’s largest nature conservation charity is holding the popular two-day evening event at its Wolseley Centre headquarters, near Rugeley, on Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th November between 5pm to 9pm
Visitors can browse a variety of stalls including locally handmade crafts, jewellery and paintings.
The whole of the ground floor of the centre will be filled to the brim with festive fun and festivities. Santa will also be paying a special visit to the event.
It’s the first time the fayre will take place in the revamped Wolseley Centre, which reopened its doors in May.
Sam Pachner, event organiser, said: “The event is back after missing 2018 due to the building work at our Wolseley Centre HQ. It’s an event we always look forward to, but we’re especially looking forward to it this year after last year’s break.
“It’s always a very nice event and one to get people into the Christmas spirit and full of festive joy.”
Traditional mince pies and mulled wine will also be available, along with jams, cakes and other refreshments.
The Christmas Fayre takes place from 5pm-9pm on both days and admission is £1.50 per person. The price to see Santa is £5, which includes a present.
For more information contact Staffordshire Wildlife Trust on 01889 880100.