Vintage fair a big draw for shoppers.
THE popular Chic Vintique Fair returned to Stockton town centre on Saturday with a marquee of gorgeous gifts and goodies.
Quality vintage clothing, retro home wares, antiques, collectables, jewellery, unusual hand-crafted goods and gifts were on offer to shoppers looking to pick up something a bit different.
Shoppers were entertained by Gramophone DJs with their vintage gramophones and anyone feeling peckish was able to try a range of delicious sweet and savoury treats available at Alice's Kitchen.
Councillor David Rose, Stockton Council's cabinet member for regeneration and transport, said: "Each time Chic Vintique comes to Stockton, thousands of people flock to the fair with its fantastic range of stands selling all manner of affordable and unusual goods."
Organised by Stockton Council and BR Events, Chic Vintique is part of the ongoing programme of specialist markets heading to Stockton town centre over coming months to attract visitors and shoppers into the town and to complement what the popular weekly market has to offer.
For more information about the programme of specialist markets coming to Stockton this year visit www.stockton.gov.uk/specialistmarkets. Anyone interested in trading at Chic Vintique in the future can find out more at www.brevents.co.uk or by calling 07779 342782.
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