More than 300 people flock to Elgoods Brewery’s Craft and Plant Fair

Elgoods' Craft, Plants and Classic Car Show took place on May 7. PHOTO: Ian Carter

Elgoods' Craft, Plants and Classic Car Show took place on May 7. PHOTO: Ian Carter

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Hundreds of people enjoyed the glorious sunshine in Wisbech last weekend at Elgoods Brewery’s annual Craft and Plant Fair.

Elgoods' Craft, Plants and Classic Car Show took place on May 7. PHOTO: Ian CarterElgoods' Craft, Plants and Classic Car Show took place on May 7. PHOTO: Ian Carter

Dozens of stalls showcasing local crafts and plants were on offer at the brewery’s North Brink base last Sunday, as well as a host of vintage and classic cars, put on show by the Wisbech & District Historic Vehicles Club.

An Elgoods spokesman said: “Over 300 people came through the door and the stalls all had a great day of trade.

“It was a lovely day and everyone enjoyed the sunshine.

Brian Dunn with his 1934 Austin 7 at Elgoods' Craft, Plants and Classic Car Show. PHOTO: Ian CarterBrian Dunn with his 1934 Austin 7 at Elgoods' Craft, Plants and Classic Car Show. PHOTO: Ian Carter

“We were even the first stop for BBC Norfolk’s treasure hunt!”

Summer and Harry Peeling at Elgoods' Craft, Plants and Classic Car Show. PHOTO: Ian CarterSummer and Harry Peeling at Elgoods' Craft, Plants and Classic Car Show. PHOTO: Ian Carter

Harry Peeling at Elgoods' Craft, Plants and Classic Car Show. PHOTO: Ian CarterHarry Peeling at Elgoods' Craft, Plants and Classic Car Show. PHOTO: Ian Carter

Summer Peeling at Elgoods' Craft, Plants and Classic Car Show. PHOTO: Ian CarterSummer Peeling at Elgoods' Craft, Plants and Classic Car Show. PHOTO: Ian Carter

Elgoods' Craft, Plants and Classic Car Show took place on May 7. PHOTO: Ian CarterElgoods' Craft, Plants and Classic Car Show took place on May 7. PHOTO: Ian Carter


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