SHOPPERS descended on Pocklington Arts Centre for a table top sale which proved so successful that people are already asking to take part in the next one.
There were 12 people who turned up to sell items and about 100 shoppers who visited the arts centre during the day to have a look around.
A variety of goods were on sale, from jewellery to decorative items.
Paul Jennings, a volunteer duty manager at the arts centre, said: “It went very well.
“We had a good flow of people throughout the day. About 100 people in total to look at items.
“Everyone said it was very good.”
The next table top sale to be held at the arts centre will take place on 12 May. Mr Jennings said eight tables have already been taken for it, out of 16 available.
On the same day, a fairtrade coffee morning was held at the venue, which also proved popular.
Run by Pocklington Fairtrade & Local Produce Action Group (FLAG), the event provided fairtrade tea and coffee for visitors to the arts centre.
It raised £45 for Pocklington FLAG.