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Published 29th Jun 2017

Dundas handmade and vintage fair 1st July

All types of handmade and vintage goods, along with work from local artists and designers, and local interest books, will be on sale at the first Dundas Handmade and Vintage Market on Saturday 1 July in Dundas Indoor Market.

“There’s going to be a whole array of beautifully handcrafted gifts and vintage treasures from a host of fantastic traders who sell individual, quirky and often unique products,” says event organiser Jon Dea, the man behind other successful local markets and events such as Kirkleatham Sci Fi and Comic Con, and a former organiser of the Whitby Goth weekend.

“Whatever interests you about handcrafts, local arts or vintage goods, there is going to be something for everyone at the Dundas Handmade and Vintage Market, with plenty to buy, look at, and fellow enthusiasts to talk to,” says Dundas Market Manager David Harris.

Part of the Dundas Shopping Centre, Dundas Market is the only indoor market in Middlesbrough with more than 20 exciting and welcoming market stalls, including the award-winning Brickyard Bakery, Sweet Corner, Jean’s Kitchen and Danny’s Family Butchers, selling everything from handbags to gladrags, furniture to fizzbombs, make ups to vapes, candles to mirrors, babywear to virtual reality experiences and mobile phone and tablet repairs.

Car parking is available in the 178-space Dundas Shopping Centre basement car park, accessed off Wilson Street.

Dundas Handmade and Vintage Market will take place on the first Saturday of every month. Further information is available from www.facebook.com/dundashandmademarket, or Jon Dea on tel. 07879 877348. Email jon.dea@hotmail.co.uk



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