by Josie Griffiths
The much loved bi-annual Horsham Fayre returns to the town centre this Sunday (October 5).
The free event features French and vintage markets in the Carfax from 10am-4pm.
For the first time, classic Aston Martins will line East Street between 12noon and 3pm, weather permitting, as the local Aston Martin Owners’ Club get involved in the celebration of all things vintage.
Sussex based antiques expert Vernon Ward makes a return to Horsham following his appearance at the town’s first fayre of the year in June.
The Vernon Ward Antique Roadshow, in the Carfax from 11am-3pm, is a chance to get your family treasures valued in return for a donation to St Catherine’s Hospice.
The Vintage Market will have a selection of furniture and clothes for people to browse through. There will also be hot food, including a retro Airstream serving crepes.
The travelling market France at Home will sell a selection of traditional foods such as bread and cheese, French home-ware and unique gifts.
French singer Aurora will also entertain visitors with her retro tunes.
Horsham markets take place in the town centre every Thursday and Saturday.
Sunday’s special event is the final Horsham Fayre this year.