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Organising exhibitions in Middleton Hall since 1992

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Staged in thecentre:mk, CREATION is the annual event which presents all the best in the world of art and crafts, from traditional to avant garde. In the very heart the UK's most modern city, there is sure to be something for everyone, from gems to jam, ceramics to cakes, framing to fudge, sewing to stoneware...

Basketwork, Candles, Ceramics, Cheese, Clocks, Decorated Eggs, Engraving, Framing, Fudge, Glassware, Jewellery, Knitting, Leatherwork, Lithographs, Metalwork, Music, Paintings, Papercrafts, Photography, Pottery, Printed Textiles, Prints, Puzzles, Quilts, Scarves, Sculpture, Sewing, Slate Pictures, Stoneware, Teddy Bears, Textiles, Toys, Woodwork, Wrought iron

Gift Exhibition

Creation: The Crafts, Art


After our hugely successful Christmas event in October 2019, we're looking forward to the next CREATION which will take place at the end of October 2020, the 26th year it has been staged. As ever, it’s ideally placed being just before the Christmas season - dates to be confirmed. It takes place once more in the Middleton Hall of thecentre:mk, in Milton Keynes.  And because all our exhibitions are staged in one of Europe's largest indoor shopping malls, entry to the public is free at all times.


Every stand in our 2020 shows will have:





There are sites and prices to suit everyone. Choose from single, double or triple frontage with sizes from 1m x 3.5m to 2.5m x 5m with prices from £150 to £485 for the full three-day event. Check availability of the size and site you want on


For anyone unfamiliar with the venue, Middleton Hall is a huge space (1800 sq metres) within the centre, so rain, snow, hail and other typically English weather conditions won't worry us!

Free secure wi-fi is available for all exhibitors.

 It is directly in front of the John Lewis store and is surrounded by other popular stores such as Next, Costa Coffee, ASK Italian, Tiger, Mothercare, Lakeland, Pret a Manger and Caffè Nero. And because the centre is based on the American mall principle, visitors can access the hall from four directions, effectively the four corners of the exhibition area.

 The floor plan has been carefully designed to encourage visitors to meander more freely than a continuous layout found at some similar exhibitions.

Exhibitors buy sites with 2.4m walls which are covered in neutral grey hessian to suit all display types.