In a bid to get out of the house, N and I visited the Trereife Easter Fair to see the best of Cornish crafts.
There were plenty of gorgeous handmade items, from bags, cushions and jewellery to cards, pottery and art prints. However, with no birthdays coming up soon, it was hard to find a reason to splash out on these beautiful goods, so we moved swiftly on to the food tents!
With bellies full after sampling artisan breads, spice boxes, cupcakes and lemonades, we went for a wander around the gardens of this old country house. Neither of us had ever been before, so it was the perfect chance to have a look around.
If Pepper had been well enough, it would have been lovely to bring her with us, as lots of people had brought their dogs to walk around and explore with.
I must say we did feel slightly out of place when strolling about, as there were children running around on an Easter egg hunt! If you have kids, I’d definitely recommend coming here next year, as it seemed like a lot of fun, and there were plenty of other crafty activities for them to get up to as well.
Being just slightly too old to paint Easter eggs and try out a mini clay-throwing wheel, we tried our hands at making sushi instead. The guys from Truro College were doing live demonstrations and training sessions all afternoon, so we lined up to make our own.
N was a natural, and we ended up with some delicious mackerel sushi as a mid-morning snack!
What did you get up to this Easter?