• Paul Abraham

YBTC Vintage & Craft Fair review




The Sunday sun shone brightly as young and old alike, attended the first Yorkshire Brain Tumour Charity Vintage & Craft Fair, held at the beautiful Left Bank venue in Cardigan Road, Burley, Leeds. The event took place on the 15th August and ran from 9am until 12:30pmand was a great success, especially when visitors to your stall shared their experiences both regarding surviving brain trauma and the fantastic support, help and advice from the charity and the wonderful support groups which had given hope and inspiration when most needed. It really brought home why charities such as the YBTC are so very important and deserving of support and donations.

The well-organised event brought a wide range of vintage items and handmade crafts by talented local artists. From hand knitted gnomes to ink stamp blocks to bespoke leather items to jewellery to the tasty vegan baker, ensured there was something for everybody to look at or have a chat to the stallholder to learn more about the items they had on offer.

The staff and volunteers from the YBTC made the event a really feel-good experience for both stallholders and the paying public. Everyone attending appeared to have had an enjoyable time whether they had bought or sold something or not with many already looking forward to the Christmas Fair at St Chads Parish Centre, Far Headingley, LS16 5JT on 4th December.

A great event organised by a great charity and for more information on what the charity does and the support they can offer, then please check out their website; https://www.yorksbtc.org.uk/Home


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