Join in on a day full of colour and character, positivity and wellbeing, craft and creativity. Make and Mend festival is a great opportunity to get involved with crafts and let your creativity run wild! Get involved in workshops led by expert makers, and see exhibitions with work from Erin Fong. Learn to craft and mend with a group of like-minded creative people who share a passion for craft and the belief that making is good for the soul.
Most of the workshop spaces in the hall and the marketplace are wheelchair accessible - a space on the first floor which doesn't have lift access will be used. Please let the organisers know your access requirements when booking your tickets so that they can make sure your workshop is in an accessible space.
The majority of paths around the grounds are well surfaced on level ground, some activity will take place on grassed areas where some assistance may be required.
Parking - please advise the event organisers if you need a disabled parking space so that we can make sure enough spaces are allocated on the day.
E-mail your access requirements to the event organisers at firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistance dogs are welcome in all areas of the hall and grounds.
10:00 – 17:00
Prices vary depending on tickets purchased.
Go to the website for more details on ticketing.
Address: The Hall Close, Ormesby, Middlesbrough, UK
Public Transport Directions
Ormesby Hall is located off Ladgate Lane in Middlesbrough with easy access by car or by public transport, with a regular bus service and Marton train station just a 15min walk.