So far, I have had 2 fairs. There was a last minute one mary's marvellous vintage and craft market https://www.facebook.com/thunpuss?ref=tn_tnmn#!/pages/Marys-Marvellous-Vintage-and-Crafts-Market/209740775743719?fref=ts, it turned out to be a very sunny day. It was cold and I wasnt looking forward to the weather but as it grew later in the afternoon it started to get warmer. The other stall holders were friendly and the set up was very professional. We got free coffees and teas and 50% off food, excellent. I met my FB friend Louisa kemp http://louisakemparts.moonfruit.com/,for the first time. She had a good day and she had some really nice pieces to sell. There seemed to be alot of people dressed up in vintage clothing, loads of lookers but not really buyers. Speaking to some of the other stall holders they didnt seem too pleased either. I think the guy next to me did really well, but from what I could gather he seemed to be quite well established already, Oh! Well!! ..... boooooh....
The one at Wentworth Castle garden. This seemed very well organized and it was £1 for coffees/teas, minus the queing...lol
Alot of the people seemed to be walkers and families, just looking.....I met a lady, Fiona. She had the stall beside me. She sold sweets and packages, for wedding, birthdays etc, https://www.facebook.com/paulnfiona.daine?ref=ts&fref=ts#!/TiggersSweeties and her daughter demi was very entertaining on such a quite day. Overall, it was a "MOOOOOH" weekend (for all you friends fans).