Almost 500 people poured through the doors at Seaford Arts and Craft Fair at the Crypt Gallery on Saturday November 23.
Town crier Peter White joined Seaford’s young mayor Georgina Coyler and deputy young mayor Millie Hemsley to welcome supporters.
The young mayor and deputy young mayor cut the red ribbon to officially open the event at the Arts@Crypt Gallery in Church Street.
Just Voices singers sang Christmas songs in the undercroft as visitors looked around the show.
The show is open daily from 11am – 5pm until Sunday December 1.
There will be painting, prints and cards by well-known Sussex artists, acrylic designs on driftwood, stones and canvas, as well as photography.
The Made by’ team of three textile artists will sell up-cycled furniture, as well as children’s toys and clothes.
There will be hand painted silk and woven scarves alongside the ever popular handbags, hand painted silk boxes, books and bangles, felted jewellery and shambala bracelets.
This year there will be seven jewellers all with very different styles and using a range of different materials including sterling silver, antique silver cutlery, semi precious stones, buttons, beads and enamelling.
There will be ceramics ranging from pouring bowls, serving platters, mugs, jugs and decorations.
Stratta will sell its infused oils and Jaju Beans, while Leaves will have gift boxes of teas and coffees.
To find out more visit www.artandcraftsinseaford.blogspot.com