Plus the event helps support the Yorkshire Air Ambulance and it was great to see the helicopter land in front of the house.
This year there were quite a few stalls with Hornsea Pottery on, nothing terribly rare so I just looked.
Here is one stall with plenty of Hornsea. I happened to be stood near when a big gust of wind came and blew the next stalls heavy clothes rail right onto all these pots and knocked them flying. Absolutely amazingly, nothing got broken or chipped when we picked it all up.
I had to take this picture as I spotted something which I used to have as a child, circled in red is a little tin xylophone which had Magic Roundabout characters, I think I also had one with Yogi and BooBoo.
Lots of nice tins and suitcases.
This lovely tea set with the crinoline lady design.
Nice but expensive antique and costume jewellery, lots of vintage linen, some fabric but nothing groovy enough for me.
I was quite retrained, only spent £10 and here's what I bought.
Pretty vintage hankies,
A vintage Dutch tablecloth,
And these original 1890 something French advertising postcards for chocolate and biscuits. The stall I got these from had hundreds of these beautiful cards and postcards, not cheap though hence only buying 2. A big selection of them would have made a fabulous collage to turn into a fabric design.
A nice way to spend a couple of hours pottering & reminiscing!