DOZENS of people flocked to Romsey as a popular event returned.

Residents and visitors had the opportunity to go shopping and visit the town centre on Sunday as the Romsey Antiques, Collectible and Decorative Arts Fair returned.

A range of items including furniture, glassware, jewellery, vintage clothing, ceramics, postcards and even vinyl records from the ’60s, ’70s and ’80s was on sale at the Cornmarket, the Town Hall, Abbey Hall, Church Place and King John’s House Museum.

Singer Serena Lin entertained resident singing songs of the ‘40s,’50s, and ‘60s throughout the day while lots of food was available at King John’s House and in the Cornmarket.

As previously reported, the event was organised by the town centre management team.

Romsey town centre manager Mark Edgerley said: “Once again Romsey was blessed with fantastic weather for the Antiques Fair, encouraging visitors from far and near to explore the town visiting the 70 plus stalls and our local shops. Judging by the various bags and items being carried back to the car parks the day delighted the customers and pleased the traders.”

Cllr Dorothy Baverstock, Romsey Town Mayor, added: “I spoke to every trader to thank them for supporting the event, it was amazing how many were so complimentary about the event’s organisation.”