Diss summer fayre celebrates heritage
The Diss Heritage Traders are celebrating local business and vintage transportation when their Midsummer Fayre takes over large areas of the Heritage Triangle on Sunday.
Taking place between 11am and 5pm at St Nicholas Street, Cobb’s Yard, Norfolk House Yard, Market Place and Market Hill, it is set to involve a selection of traders and shopkeepers based in the Diss Triangle.
There will be a varied mix of stalls, selling good quality locally made products, including plants, beers, wines, food, antiques and bric-a-brac, among others.
Meanwhile, the Heritage Transport exhibition will feature a static display of classic vehicles, whilst Diss Ironworks will transform its front into a period filling station, complete with old petrol pumps enamel signs and oil dispensers.
Additional attractions include live music, a performance by the Hoxne Hundred Morris Dancers and a grand raffle.
To learn more, go to www.dbf.org.uk