The 17th and 18th May 2017 was my fifth time facepainting at Middlewich – four times at their Folk and Boat Festival (FAB), and once at a Roving Canal Traders Association Floating Market in 2015. The past three times I recall the weather was cool and intermittently raining. Hurrah though, this year it pulled out a scorcher which makes a tremendous difference. Not just for my business, but for everyone who has worked tirelessly for months to organise such a large event. Of course it’s also great for the people who come and have fun – it’s always better when the sun shines.
I facepaint close to the Floating Traders who line the canal from the town bridge to The Big Lock pub. It means I don’t have to far to carry my gazebo and all the kit which I use – a high chair, two tables, design boards, banner, paints, brushes, sponges, glitter for tattoos and faces, a bucket of clean water, towels, baby wipes, etc. I’m really happy with my set up now, it’s taken me three years of investment but worth every penny. Continue reading “Magnificent Middlewich FAB Festival “