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Last Call for Exhibitors Wool@J13 2018
11th January 2018

Last shout out for exhibitor applications for our 2018 show, now in its second year after a superb start in 2017. We are expanding our shopping experience & team of volunteers who make the show light up with their smiles, adding more workshops, more street food, tea & coffee, and presenting two very special events in our Hat Exhibition & Sock Fashion Show. Our What’s On Section will give you more details.


We’re a little bit quirky, a little bit different and a lot bit wool. If you want to be part of this growing show, we want to hear from you. You have until midnight on Friday 12th January to get your glad rags on and your application over to us. Does the glass slipper fit….



“The thing that really set this show apart for me was the festival feel of it: beer stall and street food, park & animals for the children & non-yarn lovers, including live music and that provided by a man in a kilt. I mean, what’s not to like?” Exhibitor 2017.




Exhibitors are looked after very well with their own dedicated tea room, unloading, loading & parking right next to their marquee, dedicated camping area, volunteers to provide support right through the show from set up to breakdown. All exhibitors from 2017 have signed up for our 2018 show. A real thumbs up.


We select very carefully to make sure that the audience for this show is well served and that exhibitors themselves have a good show.  Check out the Traders Zone Exhibitors for more information and our application form.




If you are new to exhibiting and want to dip your toe in the water, check out  Traders Zone for New Exhibitors  where Wool@J13 has put together a Newbies Bible with short & snappy advice for marketing your products at a show.  Our application form is also available here with great deals for new exhibitors in our Saw Them Here First Zone.





We look forward to hearing from you. Don’t forget the witching hour on 12th January. Make sure that glass slipper fits.


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