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Celtic fayre is back.

| Stall holder Jean Meredith represent-|ing John and Gill Wood, of North Wales Brewery, Abergele A CELTIC Fayre will be held in Conwy this weekend.

More than 70 food, craft and gift stalls are expected to be under cover in marquees on Conwy harbour.

The goods on offer this weekend include local cheese, wines, cakes, fudge and beers or crafts/gifts that include jewellery, leather goods, art, photos, wood turning, cards, wooden toys and handbags Organised by a local firm, the idea for Celtic Fayre began in 1997 with the objective of providing events that offered a mix of food and craft stalls sited in retail parks, town centres and at popular tourist destinations. All stalls would be undercover in marquees and cabins.

The idea mushroomed and similar fayres are held regularly throughout the region.

This weekend's event is on Saturday and Sunday with the stalls open from 10am until 5pm both days. There is no admission charge to the public.

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Publication:Daily Post (Conwy, Wales)
Date:Oct 30, 2015
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