A Norfolk maker who hosted her first fair with just two stalls in 2020 is now running events across the county and beyond. 

Debbie Lansdell, who lives in Wymondham, has her own business called Jabbawocky Crafts and she sells handcrafted pendants. 

From humble beginnings with just two stalls outside The Forum in Norwich, over the 2023 festive season she has four upcoming Christmas markets at the city centre venue. 

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Thetford & Brandon Times: Shop from local businesses at the Jabbawocky Crafts Village Shop from local businesses at the Jabbawocky Crafts Village (Image: Supplied)

Known as the Jabbawocky Crafts Village, it will be open from 9am to 6pm on November 17 and 18, December 9 and 16, with up to 50 stalls at each event. 

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She also has three new locations for her shopping village this year.

These are Black Barn Farm in Salhouse on November 19, the Elveden Courtyard in Suffolk on December 2 and Park Farm Hotel in Hethersett on December 3, which all run from 10am to 4pm.

Mrs Lansdell said: "I am over the moon with how my events business is going and I want to bring more crafts to different venues in 2024."

All of the Jabbawocky events have free entry and are accessible.