Brocante, brocante, brocante

Last Saturday and Sunday was our giant brocante  market in Albi, usually we have about 20 stalls every week but twice a year it scales up.  

Kev and I popped along to sniff out a few bargains and were impressed by the number of stalls.


But after doing a few circuits of the hall and looking at all the stalls 


We came away with nothing, which is good as it saved us money.


There were lots of lovely things but nothing we needed.




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  1. Marjorie Sheen

    That’s fabulous – so full of stalls compared with when we went last year. Very restrained, both if you! Lots of love Xxxxx


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