He was and the tradition of loyalty to one local club, living in the area you were brought up in and still mixing with the locals in the pub was maintained until quite recently by Steve Bull. Then a darkness descended called the premier league. The "Sky" fell in, enveloped everything and there was no more "light out of the darkness" to use the Wolves inscription.
I went last year on a day it happened to snow :D Brilliant - OK not all the stall holders were there (70-80%) and very few visitors. That was my best day for bargains :)
Originally Posted by pentaxuser
But there's another aspect, I've been living abroad the past few years so did'nt go regularly at all but that's changed in the past 18 months, now there's 2 or 3 stall holders that bring things for me that they think I'll like (the one is nearly always right). It's a two way process though I've helped the stall holders out (I see them elsewhere).
I've also identifyed stallholders to make a beeline for, early.
What always amazies me though is the large numbers of young people buying film cameras.
Quick bump so you can plan your Christmas shopping and get your beloved that lens you really want. The next fair is Sunday 9th December.