Country Living Spring Fair will return to Alexandra Palace from Thursday, March 28, to Sunday, March 31, welcoming an unmissable shopping experience to kick start the spring season in style.

Visitors will be able to discover new, innovative ways to introduce country style to their home and garden, and shop from over 350 independent artisan brands showcasing everything from jewellery and high-end fashion to home interiors and homemade accessories.

Shop from the likes of the Blue & White Company whose collection of home and garden products are inspired by the heritage of blue and white through art history to the present day, while London-based illustrator Lottie Murphy will showcase her range of beautiful greetings cards.

Vincent Trading, who produce a collection of handcrafted, reclaimed, sustainably sourced and eco-friendly products for the home will offer timeless pieces while hand drawn and hand-printed kitchenware accessories from Emilia Hunt Designs will brighten up any home.

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Other brands include artist Tim Slatter, luxury handbag designer Annie With Alex, reusable nature food wraps and bags produced from beeswax from GoodToBee; textile dyer, printer and designer Manijeh and Evans Lichfield who have been making cushions using the finest materials since 1988 will showcase their unique range designed to suit every room in the home.

CL Pop-Up Market will showcase talented and inspiring Country Living readers who have won the chance to present their stylish products for the first time in the CL Pop-Up Market. Everything from jam and jumpers to jewellery makers, explore new and exciting small businesses and help them build their new ventures.

The CL Larder, the brand-new foodie fair and food hall, will offer tasty delicacies including cheese, meats, chocolate treats, cookies, brownies and much more.

An engaging and interactive line-up of workshops and onstage demonstrations across the show will allow visitors to bush up on an old skill or master a new one, exploring everything from crafting to gardening, wellbeing to running your own business.

Free talks at the CL Stage will offer expert advice on everything from health, lifestyle and beauty to fashion, families and social media, going green and much more while the The Good Life Theatre will offer insights on everything from bee and hen keeping to tips and tricks around farming.

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For the foodies, the show will present a wide selection of kitchen demonstrations in the CL Kitchen sponsored by Stoves offering tips and inspiration from cooking professionals and CL Kitchen host Marie-Clare. New to the show, the CL Potting Shed will allow visitors to receive top advice and hands-on free workshops for beginners and expert gardeners.

With more events and experts still to be announced, the timetable is already shaping up to be its most exciting yet.

After a busy day shopping, visitors can catch up with friends while relaxing over a glass of fizz in the Champagne Bar by Viking Cruises or enjoy live music in the CL Spring Garden while sampling new gins and summery cocktails.

Alexandra Palace, Alexandra Palace Way, N22 7AY, Thursday, March 28, to Sunday, March 31. Details: 020 8365 2121