More than 70 stalls at third vintage and collectors' market
PUBLISHED: 12:39 13 August 2019 | UPDATED: 12:39 13 August 2019
Bargain hunters are invited to dress up and 'strut their stuff' at the third vintage and collectors' market in Stalham High Street.
The annual event, which runs from 10am to 4pm on Sunday, August 18, has been organised by the Stalham Area Business Forum.
There will be more than 70 stallholders, from as far away as Leicester and Essex.
On sale will be furniture, auto-jumble, tools, books, pictures, lamps, mirrors, fabrics, clothing, shoes, hats, luggage, china, glass, LPs, military and kitchen objects, jewellery, garden and agricultural ironwork, postcards, stamps, watches, paper ephemera and bric-a-brac.
Organiser Diana Cornell, from the forum, said: "If you enjoy rummaging for bargains, hunting down that vintage outfit, looking for that perfect showstopper for the mantelpiece, or just browsing through books, furniture, pictures, LPs, cards, china and jewellery, then you must make a date.
"This event is now one of the highlights of north Norfolk antiques hunters, with hundreds travelling to find something unusual for their collection or home.
"Dress up, put on those blue suede shoes, trilbies, cloche hats, polka dot dresses and strut your stuff in Stalham."
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Stallholders will start arriving about 7.30am, and the High Street will be closed to traffic from 8am.
There will be stalls all along the High Street, from Broadland Fish and Chips to Trett Phillips estate agents.
The town hall will also be open with a range of stalls.
Meanwehile, a hog roast will be provided by Cawdron's Butchers and Roy, from Treats and Tweets, will bring his cakes, pasties and tasty treats.
Ice cream, candy floss and doughnuts will also tickle the taste buds of passers-by.
Free parking will be available at Stalham Staithe Surgery, the high school, recreation ground, North Norfolk District Council's car park, and the gravelled area behind.
People who usually park overnight in High Street bays are being asked to park elsewhere for the evening or vacate spaces by 7.30am on Sunday. The owner of the gravelled private car park at the junction of Old Market Road and Upper Staithe Road has offered his site for overnight parking.