Ely Cathedral Centre’s latest craft fair offers more than 30 stalls selling hand-made goods, jewellery and artwork

PUBLISHED: 13:18 22 July 2015

Jane Goodall, from Bottisham with her photographs at the cathedral centre's craft fair in November last year.

Jane Goodall, from Bottisham with her photographs at the cathedral centre's craft fair in November last year.

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Crafters will display and sell their work at a fair this weekend which returns due to popular demand.

Nicole Clark, from Stretham, sold bracelets at the craft fair in November last year.Nicole Clark, from Stretham, sold bracelets at the craft fair in November last year.

More than 30 stalls will be set up across all three floors at Ely Cathedral Centre for Saturday’s fair.

For sale will be original prints, hand-made bath products, stained glass, knitted goods, hand-made toys, gifts, cards, jewellery, artwork and much more.

David Scates, Ely centre manager, said: “Following the success of previous craft fairs, crafters and members of the public were keen for the cathedral centre to hold another round of fairs.

“Not only will it enable visitors to Ely to source that perfect memento of their visit, it will show off the facilities on offer at the centre and promote them to a wider audience.”

The fair runs from 10am-3pm. Admission is 50p for adults, children under 16 free. Refreshments will be available from the cafe.

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