The Didcot Craft and Gift Fair returned for its 20th instalment last Saturday (November 11).

The event, which was run by Didcot Events, had 52 traders in the area set up in the town’s Civic Hall to showcase an array of food and drink, jewellery, preserves, eco gifts, art, prints, books, stationery and knits.

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Jeanette Howse, owner of Didcot Events, said: “We had a great turnout sampling and enjoying a range of interesting, quality crafts.

Herald Series: Local traders  to customers at the craft and gift festival
"Our traders were so keen to get a slot that we were already full up by February this year. Next year’s event will be on the same weekend on November 9.

“Next up this year, we’re running the festive market which is on Saturday, December 3 from 11am to 3pm at the Market Place and along the Broadway down to PureGym.” 

Herald Series: Artwork and artisan stalls proved popularHerald Series: Traders had a wide variety of food and drink on offer