Christmas spirit in abundance at Hutton annual market

PUBLISHED: 10:00 15 December 2017

Wendy and Jasmin from Wendy's Workshop at Hutton Village Christmas Fayre.

Wendy and Jasmin from Wendy's Workshop at Hutton Village Christmas Fayre.

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Christmas bric-a-brac and mince pies were just a few of the festive treats on sale in Hutton this weekend.

Ann Walker with her bead embroidered jewellery at Hutton Village Christmas Fayre.Ann Walker with her bead embroidered jewellery at Hutton Village Christmas Fayre.

The village hall put on its annual Christmas market which saw sellers displaying their best jewellery, books and woodwork.

The event, which took place on Saturday, saw a steady flow of people throughout the day as visitors hoped to pick up a bargain and finish their Christmas shopping.

Volunteers worked in the village hall café serving up tea, coffee, bacon butties and mince pies to get people into the festive mood.

The market is hotly-anticipated in the village since the monthly market was cancelled due to a lack of interest.

John Smith with  his Wood Chips hand made gifts, at Hutton Village Christmas Fayre.John Smith with his Wood Chips hand made gifts, at Hutton Village Christmas Fayre.

But the Christmas event has grown in popularity over the years and has created a great selling opportunity for local craftsman and traders.

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