Norwich Original Fleamarket goes monthly and starts to help charities
The first Norwich Original Fleamarket of the year is being held at St Andrew's Hall on Saturday, February 18.
Now in its 37th year of staging antiques fairs in the city, the fleamarket will now be held monthly and start supporting local charities.
Break will be the first local charity to benefit, with staff from its specialist vintage shop in Banham bringing its stock of vintage clothes and accessories to the fleamarket next Saturday to raise awareness and funds for their work.
The fair's owner, Helen Leith, said: 'Although it is called a fleamarket, it really encompasses everything - antiques, collectables, vintage and retro and we really do have something for everyone.'
The fleamarket is being held between 9am and 4pm. Entrance is �1 and free to under 18s., with The Crypt cafe serving refreshments.
For more details, call 01603 630763 or visit www.cloistersfair.com
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