So yesterday was the 3rd Craft & Vintage Fair at the Working Men’s Club, Westfield Terrace in Higham Ferrers and the variety and standard of stalls was as excellent as ever! We had 3 amazing vintage stalls selling gorgeous jewellery and homewares, homemade cakes, hair accessories, crochet, wood carvings, wood turning, fabric gifts, book folding, various crafts from Rushden Mind plus more! It was lovely to have a chat with some already regular customers over a cup of tea too!
On October 15th, 1-4pm, we will be holding a Baby & Kid’s Nearly New Sale / Craft Fair at Saxon Hall, Raunds (Thorpe St NN9 6LT). Here we can use 2 halls. The larger will have over 20 all handmade stalls selling a fabulous array of items including vintage inspired crochet, fabric gifts, chocolate novelties, greeting cards, scrabble pictures, handmade fudge, vintage upcycled furniture, dream catchers, handbag charms, tie dye bags, homemade jams and chutneys, book art, plaques and more!
The second room will be for a Nearly New Sale where local people can sell preloved children’s items such as toys, books, equipment, clothes, maternity wear etc. There are still a couple of spaces so if you’re interested stalls are reduced to only £8 this time seeing as it’s the first one – and that price includes a FREE hot drink, cereal bar and bottle of water! If you’re interested please email me: firstname.lastname@example.org. Why not come along and grab a bargain! Lots of great quality items sold at a fraction of the original cost! Time to start buying a few stocking fillers..!?
So the SPECIAL OFFER as mentioned in the title??? The first 20 customers through the door on the 15th October will receive A FREE HOT DRINK!!!!!! There will also be sweets for the children (as long as my supplies last..!) So please do come along and remember, all events are FREE ENTRY! What more could you ask for? Please share this event with as many people as you can to make it a real success. Thank you
PS Here are some photos of the wonderful items which were on sale on Saturday at the Working Men’s Club: