WORCESTERSHIRE Wildlife Trust is holding a fair at Lower Smite Farm on Saturday, November 17, writes Demi Lee. The fair, which takes place every November, will feature a wide range of local artists and craftworkers. The charity’s Christmas cards, calendars and new wildlife gift boxes will also be on sale. Sadie Carr Simons, the fair’s organiser, said: “We’ve got another great selection of artists and craftworkers – from jewellers and carpenters to potters and textile workers, jam-makers and photographers to knitters and leather-workers. “All the money raised will help our conservation work right across Worcestershire.” There will also be a winter wildlife trail to follow and visitors can have a stroll through the wildlife garden. Hot drinks, cakes and mince pies will be available throughout the day. The craft fair runs between 10am and 4pm, entry is free and plenty of car parking is available on site. Lower Smite Farm is signposted from the A4538 between Martin Hussingtree and the Sixways roundabout.