FAIR AT THE GRAND, FOLKESTONE

Dodging the showers I picked Jodie up and we went up to The Grand for the craft and vintage fair.  There were over 60 stalls selling a wide variety of crafts, some people are so clever, I did tell Jodie I had put a glue gun on my birthday list!  I like having a try at doing things and looking round at all the ideas you realise that they are very simple to make, well they look it, lol and such clever ideas that I would never think of myself.
Jodie found these bags, which you can roll up and put in your handbag for unexpected shopping, the covers come off so you can wash them.  So many different designs, this is the one I picked and Jodie had a cream one.

I think they are very similar to the ones we had in the 70’s.
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They are called Dorky Bags from http://dorkybags.co.uk    or you can email them at dorkybags@gmail.com
It was then time for a coffee before we headed home, it was the first time I had been out so I did not feel that good and to be honest it was good to get back home in my jamas relaxing again.  Happy Monday everyone.

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4 Comments

  1. 1st May 2017 / 5:42 pm

    I love The Grand. I can throughly recommend the Groupon voucher for afternoon tea. It’s lovely. I lived in the grand when I first moved down to Kent nearly 20 years ago!!

    • 1st May 2017 / 6:03 pm

      Yes, I have had the cream tea a couple of times and I did the Friday tour which was brilliant. Jodie wondered why the floor was bouncy and I told her about it. Think I will take her on the tour and you get an afternoon tea thrown in, bargain. I bet it was great living there x

      • 1st May 2017 / 6:08 pm

        It was lovely I was in the Livingston suite, at the side, so I looked over the grounds and right down the leas. As it’s 1st of May, I can officially say I’m moving back down to Kent next month!! Woop Woop. X

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