Cotentin. This castle hosts an unmissable market for lovers of Norman crafts

Cotentin. This castle hosts an unmissable market for lovers of Norman crafts
Cotentin. This castle hosts an unmissable market for lovers of Norman crafts


Editorial La Presse de la Manche

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May 15, 2024 at 4:10 p.m.

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This weekend of the May 18 and 19, 2024THE castle du Rozel (Manche) opens its doors for a special occasion: the large creator market organized by the Little Things collective.

This event will be held Saturday from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The entrance is freewhich allows everyone to discover theNorman craftsd.

Very diverse creations

The Little Things Collective, a association of fifteen professional Norman creative artisans, work to promote local craftsmanship through various initiatives such as pop-up shops and the events.

Seven of its members, Pascaline from La Calinette, Marion d’Isatis, Catherine from Rêve d’embruns, Flavie from Granola & Muesli, Maude from La Mode de Mo, Anne from Une mesh un point c’est tout and Agantule, play a key role in the organization of this market. Each brings its own expertise in areas as varied as washable sponges, jewelry, soaps, cereals, hats, and even bags and pouches.

THE visitors will be able to explore a wide range of artisanal products, all designed with passion And expertise. The artisans will present unique pieces to beautify the interior of decoration lovers.

Basketry, lighting made from reclaimed materials, and blown glass creations to add a touch of originality at your living space. Lovers of plants will be delighted with a selection of succulents, plants, and seeds, perfect for adding a little greenery to their environment.

As for originality, it continues with a wide range of jewelry And accessories. You’ll find hand-woven jewelry, recycled wood pieces, and resin accessories, each reflecting the style and personality of its creator. Bags and pouches, worked with techniques such as knitting or sewing.

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The creators of cosmetics offer them handmade soapsscented candles, and other products well-beingall made fromnatural ingredients. THE artists And illustrators will come accompanied by their paintings, illuminations, and works of art.

Food stands

For young visitors, there will be a variety of painted wooden toys, crocheted stuffed animals, and children’s books, all designed to stimulate imagination and the creativity little ones.

THE gourmands will enjoy the bulk organic grocery stalls, with a variety of sweet and savory delights to enjoy on site or to take away. THE brewed beers in Flamanville, cheese platters and the “EAT” food truck will complete the menu with its world dishes on Sunday lunchtime.

Saturday May 18 from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. and Sunday May 19 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., at the Château du Rozel.

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