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Popular wedding Fayre set to return to Ipswich

PUBLISHED: 18:42 08 August 2018 | UPDATED: 18:42 08 August 2018

Quay Place in Ipswich is set to host a wedding fayre in September. Picture: ARLEN JAMES

Quay Place in Ipswich is set to host a wedding fayre in September. Picture: ARLEN JAMES


A popular wedding fayre which debuted at Quay Place in Ipswich in June is set to return to the venue next month.

The first event saw scores of people, including more than 30 brides-to-be, join in the fun and the next, on Sunday, September 23, is set to be even bigger and better.

Everything a couple needs for their big day will be on offer - from photographers and cake designers to local bands and wedding dress makers.

Organiser Sharon Topple, from STE Wedding and Independent Celebrant, said she was thrilled to be asked back again.

“We feel very honoured to be asked to return to Quay Place,” she said.

“The previous event was a huge success for my first ever wedding fayre and I felt extremely proud of everyone involved.

“So we are back and this time we want to make it bigger and better.

“Don’t miss this opportunity to see us again.”

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