Now let me start by saying that these types of events are becoming increasingly popular, and whilst perhaps this provides something new for Bapchild, certainly as far as I can recall, there are a number of local events at which one can acquire a variety of hand-made and locally produced produce.
Home Creations by Sarah Noble 01795 554223
That said the Vintage & Makers’ Market was absolutely packed to the brim with stalls, in fact I doubt whether it was physically possible to have crammed in any more.
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This I wasn't expecting and in the time I was present a good deal of my fellow residents from Bapchild and others from further afield came along to sample a very decent collection generally locally produced items.
Painted furniture by Michelle Fullbrook of The Painted Pearl 07879 060616
What was also nice was the fact that quite a few stalls were attending their very first event, so you wouldn't have come across them before, in fact I don’t think I've seen many of these stalls before.
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And here are quite literally just a few more photos from the many stall that were present at the event. I wish we were able to cover more but even we have some constraints, so sorry if we didn't get to see you.
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Liz Yardley exhibiting her paintings - 07738 397221
Handmade items from Made by Mack - 07966 253808
Handmade crafts by Madam Mollie Moo 01795 436325