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    Visit Meaford’s “Candle Factory” warehouse outlet throughout the year

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    In Meaford, Ontario, Country Affair Candles is simply known as “The Candle Factory”. After six years of successfully manufacturing and wholesaling candles from an ever-expanding shed on Diane and Terry Ellah’s rural property, we moved into town in 2001. Meaford’s old “Wheelbarrow Factory” was built in the late 1880s, and it had the space we needed to expand our candle-making operation.

    Meaford's "Candle Factory" retail outlet

    Meaford’s “Candle Factory” retail outlet

    It also had room for a factory retail outlet. But while we expanded (and expanded) the retail space over time, occasionally we wanted to make more of our offerings available to our customers, so we held seasonal tent sales behind the factory. Customers looked forward to these special events in spring and fall, and we added a second tent to accommodate the products and the demand.

    Of course, it was a lot of work to move everything out, then clean it all up, and Mother Nature had to be on our side. So when Terry and Diane had an opportunity to purchase the rest of the factory building, it opened up a whole new possibility for candle factory outlet sales.

    Meaford's candle factory outlet in winter

    More space. More deals.

    Meaford's "Candle Factory" warehouse

    Welcome to the candle factory

    The large warehouse area is open and airy, and allows customers to browse a wide variety of seasonal home d├ęcor items during the five candle factory warehouse outlet sales we now hold yearly. No matter what the weather!

    The sales begin on Thursdays and wrap on Sundays, and each offers great deals on products specific to the season. You can visit our warehouse sales in early spring, May, late summer, during the Apple Harvest Craft Show and Scarecrow Invasion weekend, and late November for early Christmas shopping.

    Diane Ellah in the Candle Factory warehouse

    Diane Ellah in the Candle Factory warehouse

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