Thirty stalls means Ely event is a crafty success

PUBLISHED: 09:55 27 July 2015 | UPDATED: 09:55 27 July 2015

Summer craft fair at the Ely Cathedral Centre. Childrens shoes by Sara Rains, , Picture: Steve Williams.

Summer craft fair at the Ely Cathedral Centre. Childrens shoes by Sara Rains, , Picture: Steve Williams.

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There were over 30 stalls selling everything from original prints to handmade bath products were open for business at a craft fair in Ely at the weekend.

Stained glass, knitted goods, handmade toys, gifts, cards, jewellery, and artwork were also on offer at the event held at the Ely cathedral centre on Saturday.

All three floors of the centre were in use for the craft fair organised to allow local crafters and opportunity to show off their wares and to give visitors to the city a chance to buy a unique Refreshments were also available throughout the day.

David Scates, one of the organisers said: “We had over 250 people come along which for a not very beautiful summer’s day is quite reasonable and what we would expect. It went very well and we are now looking forward to our Christmas fair on November 28.”

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