More photos on the Facebook page HERE, but here's a selection from the day.
The Bringsty Vintage Living ladies were there in their usual spot at the start of the market:
Heidi's fab furniture always brings the Flea to life! Don't forget large items can be collected by car direct from the market area at 4.30pm. Bringsty will be back again next month if you spot something you like!
Lots of small, vintage homeware items on offer too:
Karen's stall was very inviting, packed with a real treasure trove of items including furniture, pictures, frames, homewares, to name a few:
Marie from Bus Stop Vintage always brings a great selection of vintage clothing and accessories, including her always brilliant bags and lots of lovely jewellery!
It was lovely to have Marie-Clare Vintage join us again and Marie-Clare brought a fab, varied stall of vintage, homewares and collectibles, jewellery and compacts:
For the first time I was selling off some of my own collection of vintage bits and bobs. This gorgeous reproduction gramophone I brought at the Flea last year, found a new home:
I was sharing a stall space with the delightful Miss Bertie who was selling a super assortment of vintage and handmade items, including these prints made by herself and her sister:
Miss Bertie also had a super selection of affordable fabric, for as little as £1 a metre:
Christine and Linda were back again (and will be next month) with their super stall of vintage all sorts: brooches, badges, bangles, necklaces, collectibles and compacts, to name a few!
New traders to the Flea were Jones and Longmore offering a lovely assortment of vintage and antiques:
Lovely manual Singer sewing machine:
Colourful vintage scarves and homeware knick-knacks!
I had lots of great feedback about the Flea from traders and visitors, and lots of enquiries from new traders interested in joining in. Just send an email here if you'd like more info on how to take part.