More than 400 people took a step back in time during an annual vintage fair at Belper’s Strutts Centre.
The event, opened by deputy mayor Joe Booth, raised more than £1,400 for the centre, which now hosts more than 140 community groups.
Among the attractions were vintage clothes, jewellery , bric-a-brac, freshly made popcorn, traditional sweets, music on the grand piano, vinyl records, teas and refreshments, traditional crafts and traditional games for children which included ‘shove halfpenny’ and quoits.
The Strutts Society Events Committee thanked volunteers for their help in putting on the event.
Pictured: Belper deputy mayor Joe Booth is served popcorn by ....