Our Exhibitors

It's our loyal exhibitors that make the Oak Fair so special and with over 200 of them you can shop till you drop, eat and drink some of the best produce in Dorset, and watch some amazing craftsmen and artists at work. 

Our 2019 Sponsors 

We are lucky to have some amazing local sponsors who believe in the ethos of the fair and have supported it for many years. 

Our friends at Dikes Supermarket sponsor Market Square and can be found at their famous gin bar offering ice cold tipples!

Find them at Machinery & Timber Yard

Find them at Oak Avenue

Find handcrafted homeware, furniture, and more.

Oak Avenue

Modern & vintage machinery and all things timber!

Machinery & Timber

Preserving & conserving the countryside & rural skills

Conservation Row

Food glorious food! Cider, beer & gin!

Market Square

Discover rural and local crafts at their best.

Dell Lane

All our amazing displays & activities around the fair.

Arena & Demos

Our Exhibitors can be found in their distinct areas

Exhibitors Gallery

Just a flavour of the amazing traders we have at the Oak Fair.

All Our Exhibitors


These were are exhibitors for 2019. We will update any changes as soon as we can! 

Oak Avenue


Nestled in amongst the trees in our glorious oak avenue expect to stumble across all sorts of beautiful and quirky furniture, as well as homeware, baskets, jewellery, art, gifts and more. 

Full list here

Conservation Row


Conservation Row guides you into the fair and is lined with stands advocating the preservation of our wildlife, countryside and our crafts. Watch demonstrations and take a piece of rural skill home with you.

Full list here

Dell Lane


Watch and learn from the experts in rural craft including coppice work & the more modern chainsaw carving. The lane is full of things to buy and see including wooden toys, sculpture, homewares and more.

Full list here

Machinery & Timber Yard


You can see machines both modern and old at work and have a go at (or just watch) pole climbing! See all things timber including timber framed buildings, cut wood, metalwork, flues, coppice crafts and more.

Full list here