Lovers of crafts and all things vintage descended on Huntingdon to browse and buy treats at the Spring Craft and Vintage Fair.

Rebecca James, of Drab 2 Fab, at Huntingdon Spring Craft and Vintage Fair, Commemoration Hall,Rebecca James, of Drab 2 Fab, at Huntingdon Spring Craft and Vintage Fair, Commemoration Hall,

Organised by antiques dealer Cambs Lock and BID Huntingdon, the event, which is now in its third year, took place at the Commemoration Hall, on Saturday, with visitors able to get their hands on a range of collectables, antiques or personalised goodies.

Cambs Lock manager, Paula De’Ath, told The Hunts Post: “We like to give everyone a chance to have a table as we like to keep it similar to what we have on display at Cambs Lock – a lot of everything.

“This year there was real variety to chose from, something for everyone.”

Wilma Goss, of Goss Jewellery, at Huntingdon Spring Craft and Vintage Fair, Commemoration Hall,Wilma Goss, of Goss Jewellery, at Huntingdon Spring Craft and Vintage Fair, Commemoration Hall,

Some of the stall holders already showcase their items at the Huntingdon-based dealer while others were displaying for the first time, with an array of handmade items on offer.

This year’s fair saw a number of handmade jewellery makers sit alongside painters, bakers and even wooden animals.

Particularly popular at the event were the host of personalised items which, according to Ms De’Ath, were very busy throughout the day.

For children and big kids alike there was also a face painter on hand.

Kalayni, 6, and Pyper, 10, at Huntingdon Spring Craft and Vintage Fair, Commemoration Hall,Kalayni, 6, and Pyper, 10, at Huntingdon Spring Craft and Vintage Fair, Commemoration Hall,