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The Lost Trades Fair - Bendigo 2020



Bendigo Racecourse comes alive over the Labour Day weekend for The Lost Trades Fair  2020.  Christopher is very proud to be returning for the third year as a Cabinet Maker - demonstrating his trade with joinery and traditional techniques.







All event information:


When? 
Saturday 7th & Sunday 8th March.
Labour Day Weekend.
10am -5pm.

Where? 
Bendigo Racecourse
Strathdale-White Hills Road, Ascot VIC 3551.

Tickets?
Bookings strongly advised, and all pre-booked tickets are guaranteed entry. 



Follow Christopher on Facebook  & Instagram as he creates his showcase piece. 



See you in Bendigo!


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