One of Norfolk's most popular spring markets is back and set to be bigger than ever.

The Creake Abbey Spring Gift Fair is returning, with stalls and stands from a selection of local makers "celebrating the brilliant creativity of Norfolk’s artists".

Creake Abbey is near Burnham Market and is located just a stone's throw from the ruins of an Augustinian Abbey.

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North Norfolk News: The main barn at Creake AbbeyThe main barn at Creake Abbey (Image: Creake Abbey)

This year, the event is scheduled over the Easter weekend on Saturday, March 30, from 10am until 4pm, with free entry and parking.

The fair is expanding with more than 90 stalls, both inside and out, with a new focus on interiors, furniture and decorative goods.

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North Norfolk News: One of the new additions this year is Belle Array JewelleryOne of the new additions this year is Belle Array Jewellery (Image: Creake Abbey)

The event will also be well stocked with street food stalls, from smash burger joint Smash + Dash to duck specialists the Duck Truck.

Some newcomers this year include Civil Block, a modern take on classic soapmaking using vitamins, minerals and essential oils, as well as Belle Array Jewellery with its individually handcrafted fabric beads.