First Stalham Vintage & Collectors’ Street Fair a ‘total success’
- Credit: Maurice Gray
An inaugural vintage and collectors' street fair in a north Norfolk town has been heralded as a 'total success'.
It was organised by the Stalham Area Business Forum (SABF), a not for profit organisation, whose aim is to put the patch back on the map.
Hundreds of people attended the fair last weekend in the main street, which was temporarily closed to traffic.
There with more than 40 stalls, selling memorabilia for collectors and enthusiasts with antique specialist of Radio Norfolk fame, Mick Hicks, available for appraisals and valuations.
SABF chairman Martin Towers said: 'The event was heralded as a total success.
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'Our intention is to establish Stalham again as a primary host for this type of event and now have the determination to get our town attractive for the community, as well as boosting the tourist interests, with assets such as churches, good schools and award-winning GP Surgeries.'
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