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    Hi,
    Has anyone attended the arts and craft market in Fisher Hall in Cambridge?They have one there every week on a Saturday.I was thinking of having a stall on a regular basis so any feedback would be appreciated.
    Thanks very much.
    Lisa

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    To be honest, I've never really seen it look very busy in there
    Melanie


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    • #3
      I've only been in once. The positives was that entry for the public is free. I went in at Christmas time and it was quite quiet. It is tucked out of the way and I'm not sure alot of people will know its there especially tourists. I would find it worrying that it was quiet at Christmas when the shops were heaving with people.

      I would visit several times before committing to it. Personally I was more impressed with the arts and crafts market on a Sunday in the market square.

      Good luck with it if you decide its for you.
      Amanda
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      • #4
        Of course, a few of us Cambridge-based lot could band together to hold regular craft evenings, if we could find somewhere to host it
        Melanie


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        • #5
          Hi All,

          Thanks for your replies,will think about it!Good idea Mjbelking I wonder if there is somewhere?
          I was thinking about doing the kite festival in Bedford next weekend,anyone doing it?

          Cheers Lisa

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          • #6
            The craft evenings I've been to have either been in someone's house, local village halls or primary schools - it tends to depend on how many people will be there selling.

            Primary schools are a good bet, especially if you are raising money for the school
            Melanie


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