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Join a celebration of the wartime spirit at the Holt 1940s weekend 2018.

The launch of last year's Holt 1940s weekend in the town centre, with chairman and town mayor, Duncan Baker, 2nd right, and deputy chairman, Neil Bond, 4th right. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

The launch of last year's Holt 1940s weekend in the town centre, with chairman and town mayor, Duncan Baker, 2nd right, and deputy chairman, Neil Bond, 4th right. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

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Organisers of the fourth annual Holt 1940s weekend are inviting stall-holders to set up a pitch in the north Norfolk town.

This year’s event is on September 15 and 16 and organisers are on the lookout for stall-holders on Bull Street in the centre of town.

Leonard Owen, marketing assistant at Bakers and Larners, said: “All manner of stalls are welcomed including art, craft, memorabilia and vintage wares.

“Please note we are currently unable to receive requests from stalls selling teas, coffees and refreshments.

“All requests to be made by email to holtfortiesweekend@gmail.com.”

A huge celebration of the style, culture and character of the wartime era, last year’s event raised £2,385 for the Walking With The Wounded (WWTW) charity. Donations were also made to 1st Holt Scouts (North East Norfolk District) and WHYFY (With Holt Youth for You), which is a group of teenagers involved in volunteering in Holt.


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