PICTURES: Craft fair offers gifts galore at St Peter's in Sudbury
There were gifts galore, from stuffed animals to striking silver jewellery, on show and on offer to visitors in Sudbury on Saturday.
St Peter’s, on Market Hill, opened its doors for a free-to-enter craft fair, featuring more than 30 different stalls.
Showcasing a huge range of work, crafters from all over East Anglia converged on Sudbury to showcase their work in the hope of finding new homes for their products.
Crafts on display included papier-mâché and knitted stuffed animals, funky key rings, children’s toys, window hangings, greetings cards, cushions and clothing.
There were also lots of other colourful pieces of craft work, as well as vinyl record memorabilia from the 1960s and a selection of wedding and landscape photographs and artwork.
Visitors were treated to refreshments and cakes provided by staff from Sudbury charity The Bridge Project at a pop-up cafe set up in the community venue.
Organiser Michael Adams said: “We had a vast selection of exclusive gift ideas for all occasions and all ages, wood turning, millinery, handbags, knitted goods, children’s hand-made designer clothing, baby gifts, crystals and minerals, paintings, soap and beauty products.”