09:37AM, Monday 27 October 2014
A collection of local crafts and produce stalls filled the Swan pub in Mill Lane, Clewer, for the start of a series of craft markets supporting local businesses.
Nearly 300 people turned up to the event on Saturday, where a range of local businesses sold their wares.
The market at the Swan was also to celebrate its partnership with Swan Lifeline. Donation buckets were scattered throughout the venue for the Windsor-based charity.
Ann Shenton, one of the organisers of the event said: "It went fantastically well and we are hoping to make this a regular event, we already have people signed up to be at the next market on November 22."
The Swan pub will be host to another two craft markets, with donations also going to Swan Lifeline, on November 22 and December 6.
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