The main room (& its incredibly sticky floor :) ) was full of stalls, ranging from clothing stalls to small craft tables, a fabulous Vintage Salon, and delicious cupcakes. I found a gorgeous vintage owl brooch but it was far too expensive sadly.
I couldn't get any decent photos (not enough light with my phone) so am waiting for the site to post some; but here are a few of the goodies I brought home with me (mostly as pressies for my sister-in-law's upcoming birthday)...
|cute teacup ring|
|upcycled bag from Shakti & Hope|
|map brooch from Kakesmakes|
|mint choc chip, lemon, strawberry cheesecake & white chocolate raspberry - YUM!|
Shakti & Hope are "a UK registered Not for Profit Social Enterprise, working in urban slum communities in Goa, India. We are currently offering young women the chance to learn the trade of tailoring; a life skill that is creative and enjoyable and will help them gain employment in the future. " and sell fabulous upcycled bags - it's great to be able to support a women's "charity".
I had no idea that they'd be some crafts there and it was great to meet & support some local crafters. I long to join them, and hope that one day I'll be brave enough to try a stall at a fair with all my crafts.
What are you personal experiences of selling at fairs? x