Radcliffe Market held its first ever vintage fair this weekend and the event been hailed a great success.

The funds raised by the fair will be donated to help support local people in the winter months during the current cost of living crisis.

The vintage fair took place from 10am until 2pm and the traders at the event were:

• The Vintage Goth

• L&D Candy

• Classic Antiques

• Rosepip

• Patti Crochet

• The Violet Fawn’s

• Stumberling Vintage

• Cards by Sue

• Ros Bakes

• The Little Sweet Shop

• Clothing & Accessories by Chantellle

• Renaissance Records

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Lauren Sears who owns The Vintage Goth said: “It’s been a lot busier than I expected, this is the first vintage pop up we’ve had but it’s been really good.”

Chantelle Francis who owns Tilly’s Treats said: “This is the first time we’ve ever done it, but it’s been really lovely.

“Everyone we’ve met whether it’s been other traders or customers have been so nice.

“I didn’t know until today that the market it a community centre.

“We’ve heard there’s a petition going to keep the market going so we hope people do sign it because it’s really important.”

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Radcliffe Market is a community owned and run market hall with the aim of bringing fresh and local food, ethical products, local services to Radcliffe and North Manchester.

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