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A 2-day sustainable fashion event promoting Fibre Growers & Makers and a
local clothing culture

Hawkers Farm, Stour Provost, is hosting the first of what is hoped to be an annual event, Defashion Dorset, an opportunity to celebrate local fibre growers and makers and a local clothing culture.


We buy locally grown food to support farmers so why don’t we consider buying locally grown clothing?  According to Climate Words “To ‘Defashion’ is to combat the fashion industry’s role in the climate crisis and transition to regenerative and fair clothing systems.”  


We will be welcoming some fabulous exhibitors including: Jo Nash Textiles, Tamarisk Farm, Snooks Farm Alpacas, Blue Barn Life, Townhill Studios - Shibori tie-dye, Vintage Maid, Haberdashery, Second to None, Honnor & Queens, Apshill Farm and Joanna Jenkins vintage clothing. Click here for more info

Workshops will teach methods of enhancing, embellishing and mending clothing including a weaving workshop with Tabby & Tweed and Shibori with Townhill Studio. There will be talks, films, refreshments and on the 26th, a solar powered disco.

                        WHAT'S ON

  • Stalls

  • Speakers

  • Workshops

  • Demonstrations

  • Evening film and disco 

  • Food stalls and refreshments

  • Accessible toilet

  • Fabric giveaway

  • Easy parking

  • Farm walk

  • Camping available

Fri 26th & Sat 27th May 2023


Ticket prices   

Adults £5 Fri or Sat day ticket  £7 2-day ticket

 Fri film & disco 6-10.30pm £12  

         Food available.

                         CLICK  HERE TO PURCHASE

  Children FREE

  Carers FREE please email us to book 

Opening times
  Fri 26th May 10am - 5pm
  Fri film and solar disco 6-10.30pm

  Sat 27th May 10am - 5pm


if you have any questions

Tickets and Workshops now open for booking- click here

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