Sunday March 29 will see the launch of a new monthly event which will raise funds for the ongoing restoration of the Leaf Hall, Eastbourne’s oldest public building.
Gina Leonard, chair of the trustees at the Seaside building said, “We are hoping that retailers not yet large enough to commit to a shopping outlet will join us.
“Once again the Leaf Hall will be bringing the community together with a number of local artists, jewellery designers and crafters selling their work. For those who enjoy a good old browse, more traditional tables top sale items such as bric-a-brac, CDs, DVDs, toys and games will also be on offer.”
Leaf Hall trustee Jacqui Stewart said, “If there are any local groups or charities out there wanting to promote specific events or activities they would be very welcome to be part of this exciting new initiative.”
The Leaf Hall Café will be serving cooked breakfasts, teas, coffees, soft drinks and homemade cakes and pastries.
The Table Top Sale is from 10am–1pm. Stall holders can set up from 9.30 and the cost is £10 a table.
Entry is free for buyers and browsers.
In addition there will be a talk and workshop on the History of Fairgrounds at the Leaf Hall on Saturday March 28 1pm to 4pm. Tickets cost £5.