The Floral Fringe Fair, previously held at Knepp Castle in Shipley, aims to remain the same - with over one hundred stalls - despite the new location.
Organiser Jean Jackman said: “Amberley Museum is a registered charity and so we are very pleased that our ground rent will go to maintain our heritage.
“Amberley offers much more than a field. It is housed in a 36-acre chalk pit which was the hub of the lime-burning industry at the turn of the century and the massive lime-kilns remain on display.
“The museum houses some fascinating collections and is a charming and quirky site very well-suited to The Floral Fringe Fair!”
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Taking place over the weekend of June 1 and 2, the fair will have a Steampunk twist while featuring various artists, makers, street food dining, a pop up vintage cafe, specialist plant nurseries, singing and dancing and classic cars.
An entry ticket of £10 for adults and £2 for children over four (under fours free) will get visitors into both the fair and the museum exhibits.
Jean added: “There is ample parking as we have rented the farmer’s overflow parking field as well as the station car park.
“The fair is still dog-friendly. Classic cars are welcome but we do need them to be registered this year.”
For a form, contact Jean by emailing [email protected] or call her on 07939 272443.
For more information about the event, visit www.floralfringefair.co.uk