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Vintage Market in Woodbridge

The Woodbridge Vintage & Modern Market returns to the town on Saturday 2nd July from 10am to 4pm on the town’s Market Hill and Shire Hall, with demand for stalls at an all-time high.

The organisers, Deben Events, has invited over fifty stallholders to take part in the event, bringing a wide range of different stalls to Woodbridge for the day. Stallholders are coming from across Suffolk, joining others from Essex, Cambridgeshire, Norfolk and London.

Stallholders will be selling everything from classic pieces of furniture from different eras, unusual homewares, collectable ceramics, glassware, jewellery and vintage clothes.

Sarah Hill, fellow organiser, said, “We were amazed by how quickly invitations to the market were snapped up and, even though we’re fully booked, we’re still getting enquiries for stalls and pitches.” She continued, “The market in Woodbridge is now firmly established and recognised as a central part of the growing vintage scene in Suffolk.”

Jac Cassidy of Deben Events, said, “We’ve had a really busy few months, organising markets in Felixstowe, Ipswich Waterfront and Snape Maltings, and it’s nice to be back on home turf where we started three years ago. We’re really looking forward to the market and, again, have made sure we’ve mixed things up a little to keep it fresh and interesting. We’ve got everything from luxury products for pets, to beautiful furniture and rare vinyl records.”

Deben Events say that the combination of the unusual items for sale, the historic setting and relaxed atmosphere for shopping means the market in Woodbridge attracts hundreds of people to the town.

Along with the market, Woodbridge is also hosting its popular annual Music Day in Elmhurst Park, and there will be free parking at the Suffolk Coastal District Council headquarters on Melton Hill.

More information about this and future events organised by Deben Events can be found at www.debenevents.com

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