Firstly, I enjoyed it. I ended up next to a charming lady called Lia who was selling her homemade cakes(absolute torture!), we were both new to this venue so we got on really well and inevitably I had one of her delicious blueberry scones with my afternoon tea. Although I'm not addicted to my mobile phone, not being continually on it was good advice as those that were appeared to have more walk past than anyone else. I couldn't get access to electricity but my backup was some battery operated fairy lights which were OK. I learned a lot, especially about display, people liked to touch my pieces,peer at them plus it gave me the opportunity to talk to them and explain the cane making process and the sliding knot used on the cord for pendants. I got a good idea from some little kids that came to have a look at some key fobs I had made, another lesson, listen to the people. I have got a photo of my stall but right now my laptop is sulking so although I've managed to reduce the size for posting it just refuses to do it, sorry. Will post it when laptop accepts my apology for ignoring it for so long. So, now I'm looking forward to the next one which is the first Saturday in May. One last thing, if you're on Facebook post a pic of your work just before you do a fair, my biggest sale came from a lady who had seen my pic on Facebook.