Giant craft & collectable fair

04:01, Oct 23 2012
WALK IN THE PARK: The car park of St Andrew’s Church was a hive of activity yesterday as people got out and about.
WALK IN THE PARK: The car park of St Andrew’s Church was a hive of activity yesterday as people got out and about.
BUDDING ARTISTS: Luca, 4, and Isabell Pavlovich, 5, kept themselves busy at a painting table.
BUDDING ARTISTS: Luca, 4, and Isabell Pavlovich, 5, kept themselves busy at a painting table.
IN TUNE: Labour Day was an opportunity for local buskers to entertain, and strut their stuff.
IN TUNE: Labour Day was an opportunity for local buskers to entertain, and strut their stuff.
BOOKWORMS: A popular stall at the craft & collectable fair were the book tables catering for all ages and interests.
BOOKWORMS: A popular stall at the craft & collectable fair were the book tables catering for all ages and interests.
TENT ROW: More than 100 stalls offering fresh produce and local craft made for a special Labour Day outing.
TENT ROW: More than 100 stalls offering fresh produce and local craft made for a special Labour Day outing.
More than 100 stalls offering fresh produce and local craft made for a special Labour Day outing.
More than 100 stalls offering fresh produce and local craft made for a special Labour Day outing.

Hundreds of bargain hunters flocked to the St Andrew’s giant craft & collectable fair in Cambridge yesterday.

More than 100 stalls selling everything from food to art supplies kept people of all ages occupied on the final day of the long weekend, as captured by Times photographer Bruce Mercer.

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