VINTAGE goods will be on sale alongside live entertainment at the next Johnny Loves June fair in Shoreham.
Swing and jazz singers Amy Baker and Curtis Edward Skinner will entertain shoppers and there will be jive dancing with Brighton Jive.
The vintage and homemade fair is on Saturday, May 10, from 11am to 4pm, at the Shoreham Centre, in Pond Road.
There will also be a pop-up, vintage-style tea room, a retro ice cream van and vintage hair and make-up. Entry is £1, children free.
Fair owner Faye Spiller is offering free entry, tea and cake for two in a Johnny Loves June competition.
To enter, email firstname.lastname@example.org with ‘TEA & CAKE’ in the subject line by Friday, May 2. Two winners will be chosen at random and notified by email.
Faye said the fair will feature lots of stalls selling vintage and handmade clothing, accessories, home wares, jewellery, memorabilia, textiles, furniture, children’s items and more.
Faye added: “My love of all things vintage goes way back. Running fairs is a way of bringing lots of my ‘likes’ all together under one roof. My aim is create a day out, a proper event, a right good do.”