Saturday 22 October will see the De Valence Pavilion in Upper Frog Street thronging with stalls as Tenby’s Craft and Vintage Fayre takes over the building.
The event, organised by the Friends of Tenby Museum and Art Gallery, consists of numerous stalls selling a wide selection of craft and vintage merchandise. These range from hand crafted dolls, hand painted slate, wood and cards, ceramics, cushions, bunting, hand knitted clothes and accessories, stylish bags, and crafted candles and jars as well as a superb collection of vintage goods.
Meryl Sharp of the Friends committee said, “We are really excited about this event. There really is something for everyone here, so come along and enjoy yourself. In doing so you will not only get the opportunity to acquire that something special, but you will also be supporting the work of Tenby Museum and Art Gallery, which is a great asset to the town.”
The event starts at 10am and runs until 4pm.
Entry is free.