Unique gifts and local crafts were on show for the festive season at this year’s annual Luddington Christmas Craft Fair.
Luddington Village Hall Committee chairman Sam Baker said the event was once again a success as visitors flocked to buy a range of Christmas goodies.
Around £300 was raised towards the upkeep and running of the village hall and Sam said: “This again was a great success. We hold two craft fairs each year at Easter and Christmas and they are always very popular.” She added: “This year we had a great range of stalls including jewellery, preserves, cakes, buns and much more. There were garden ornaments from Crowle, knitted toys, cushions and needlework from Selby, a local woman who makes and sells pickles. In addition there was tombola and card making.”