Make sure you turn up early to grab a bargain

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A COLLEGE is set to hold its first ever antiques and collectibles fair.

South Downs College will host the event which will have around 75 stallholders.

Visitors will find a broad range of quality and affordable pieces.

Steve Bull, from the college, said: ‘It will be a great place to find that perfect bargain.

‘And, remember, the early bird catches the worm at these shows so be sure to get there as early as you can.’

The event is on Sunday, March 10 and doors open from 10am to 4pm.

The college, is in College Road, Crookhorn, and has over 800 free car parking spaces.

There are two free cash points and refreshments will be available. Adult entry is £1.50, and children under 16 go free.

Anyone interested in a stall should contact Mr Bull on (023) 9279 7979 ext 993.