The Derbyshire Woodland Festival is a celebration of traditional and contemporary woodland crafts, set in the beautiful grounds of Elvaston Castle Country Park.
It is aimed at all ages with lots to see and do, including have-a-go sessions at many of the crafts on display.
The traditional crafts range from willow weaving through pole lathe turning and chair making to horse logging –while the more modern crafts include chainsaw carving, tree climbing and saw milling.
The fair is on September 24 and 25 from 10am-5pm.
It is free but there is a charge for the car park.