A popular artisan fair is set to return to a market town. 

The Norfolk Artisan Fair will return to Fakenham Racecourse on the April 1-2 weekend.

Eastern Daily Press: The Norfolk Artisan Fair returns to Fakenham Racecourse this AprilThe Norfolk Artisan Fair returns to Fakenham Racecourse this April (Image: Meryl Raines)

The fair takes place twice a year, with one event happening at Christmas and the other in spring, run by couple Mark and Meryl Raines of MJR events.

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Mr Raines said: “We pride ourselves in selecting the right exhibitors for the fair.

"As the name suggests, all stalls fit within the artisan description ensuring the high level of quality items on sale.”

Eastern Daily Press: Mark Raines, the owner of MJR eventsMark Raines, the owner of MJR events (Image: MJR events)

Customers can expect almost 100 stalls from local producers and suppliers. 

They will be located both in and around the racecourse's Prince of Wales stand.

Handcrafted gifts and art will be among the offerings, and there will be street food vendors and a bar.

Tickets can be bought at www.norfolkartisanfair.co.uk and are £5, or £6 on entry, with under 16s going free.

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