Hundreds of people flocked to Pulham St Mary in April for the Pennoyer’s Spring Craft Fair, offering visitors a plethora of home-made items.
Around 250 people are estimated to have visited the fair. There were 20 stalls, run by local artisans, with jewellery, ceramics, textiles and vintage candles available. There was also a making table for children to decorate ginger bread, while the on site cafe served home made cakes and coffee.
Co-ordinator Kath Jones told the Diss Express: “It went very well. We raised more than £400 for the Pennoyer’s Charitable Trust, which goes towards the maintenance and upkeep of the centre. We were very pleased and we had excellent support from the local community and places further afield such as Harleston and Diss.”
Other fairs scheduled for this year include the Vintage and Retro Fair on September 27, and the Christmas Card Fair on November 8. For more information on the centre visit www.pennoyers.org.uk