VISITORS to this weekend’s annual Red House Glass Cone spring craft market in Wordsley will get the chance to show their creative side.

They can try their hand at glass engraving, beadmaking, pottery, glass fusing or wood turning, to name but a few of the activities on offer.

The craft market takes place on Saturday May 18 and Sunday May 19 from 10am to 4pm, with visitors encouraged to have a go on Saturday with help from some of the cone’s creative tenants.

They include a ceramicist, clockmaker, artist and picture framer, glass artist and engraver, jewellery and textile designer, glass bead lampworker and fused glass artist.

There are also a number of children’s craft activities available as well in addition to demonstrations and open studios taking place.

Admission to the market is free and visitors will also be encouraged to take a trip to Kingswinford’s Broadfield House Glass Museum, which is staging its annual ‘Beads Day’ on Saturday from 10am to 4pm.

Beads of all shapes and sizes will be on display at the free event which will include a demonstration of glass bead making by Pauline Holt, who will be selling her own unique brand of hand made beads.