The MK Handmade & Vintage Fair returns this weekend, filling Middleton Hall in thecentre:mk with a mass of wonderful stalls offering all manner of goodies.
Among the traders this time around, a local independent enthusiast who refurbishes and sells jukeboxes, and another who sells refurbished record players and music memorabilia.
Or how about a creative who transforms antique silver cutlery into contemporary jewellery, or a stall offering kitchenalia?
From hand-crafted and vintage textiles, furniture and unusual gifts to handmade dresses and chunky furniture from recycled wood, this is the only place you’ll find them all under the same roof, and at competitive prices.
“Our very carefully selected mix of stalls offer everything from furniture to fashions, from jewellery to jukeboxes; the gorgeous, the cool and the quirky,” event director Jacqui Lewis explained.
“All our talented exhibitors are passionate about what they do and everything is a one-off. It’s a great day out for all ages and tastes and I’m thrilled that the market’s reputation attracts visitors to MK from far and wide.”
The eclectic fair, with free admission, will operate between 9am and 7pm on Saturday, and 10.30am and 5pm on Sunday.
Get more information through www.mk-handmade-and-vintage.co.uk