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an open-air street market for inexpensive or secondhand articles

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TUESDAY Antiques and collectables fleamarket, St Katherine's Hall.
Traben was perfect for a stroll, with a fleamarket, charming inns and views of the ruins of Grevenburg Castle.
Fleamarket Funk, Counting House, West Nicolson Street, 07812 349068, 7pm- 3am (not Aug 5, 12 & 19), pounds 5 (pounds 3.
Here, in her debut as a printmaker, Dean showed three portfolios from 2001, two of which consist exclusively of images she found in fleamarket photo bins.
Everglades fans cringe at the prospect of fleamarket signs jutting up against the river of grass.
n Burford Fleamarket and Collectors Fair 9am - 5pm at the Methodist Hall, Burford.
El Rastro market - the biggest fleamarket in Europe, held on Sunday mornings.
His earliest garment, bought at a Paris fleamarket, is a Burberry trench coat made for French soldiers in the First World War.
And it should surprise nobody that in Britain, spiritual home of the car boot sale, a virtual fleamarket like eBay has tens of thousands of us reaching for the loft ladders.
The photographs here and on page 174 show ways to support glass tops with bases that range from building materials to fleamarket finds to antiques.
This jar cost me pounds 7 from the recent fleamarket held in the Carmarthen Showground.
El Rastro fleamarket and the crowded metro are often cited as spots where unfriendly pickpocket schemes can put a damper on a visit to this beautiful city.
PONTCANNA FLEAMARKET 200 Kings Road, Cardiff, CF11 9DF.
Zani Lady Promotions 07968 842219 or 01584 877200 holds an Antiques Fair and Fleamarket at the Harley Centre, Market Square, Ludlow, 9.
The pencil signatures come from an autograph album I purchased from a fleamarket in Carmarthen.