09:50AM, Monday 05 October 2015
An autumn craft market in Windsor was filled with jewellery, sewing, ceramics and bric-a-brac on Sunday.
Held in the Clewer Youth and Community Centre, the market has been running on the first Sunday of each month since the beginning of this year.
There was a selection of stalls including handmade tutus, painted pots and jewellery.
A tombola was also set up with the proceeds going towards the upkeep and maintenance of the community centre.
Ann Shenton, organiser of the event, said: “We decided to set up the market for local artists to display and sell their work.
“We wanted to make sure people only sold things which they had made themselves.
The market is slowly getting more popular as more people find out about us. Everyone is welcome and it’s a great way to support the local community.”
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