Spring fair a success

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A SPRING fair has been hailed a success by Locks Heath Shopping Village.

The first Lovingly Local fair was held last weekend and attracted scores of shoppers.

Visitors were treated to a host of market stalls from jewellery to pampering products to homeware, with more than 20 local businesses showcasing their wares.

It also raised £138 in aid of the Help4Harvey fund, which aims to raise enough funds to send three-year-old Harvey Young, from Titchfield, to America for a life-changing operation which will help him walk.