Regents International School Pattaya hosted their first ever Fine Foods and Artisan Craft Fair last Sunday to the appreciation of over 350 happy patrons.
Held under the clock tower at Regents International School Pattaya, the free-to-enter fair was a huge success, thanks in part to glorious Sunday afternoon skies, bereft of the heavy rainfall Pattaya has been experiencing lately.
Over twenty exhibitors showed off their wares to the Regents School community and general public, which included deli meats, chutneys, ice cream, leather goods, jewelry and clothing.
Organic veggies on display.
The fair was such a success that Tim Eaton from Regents declared, “The Fine Foods and Artisan Craft Fair went beyond even my expectations and we will definitely be hosting another one next year.”
Fair organiser Rainer Rössler described the fair as a full-on success. “I spoke to all the vendors during and after the event and all seemed to be very happy, especially considering it was the first event of its kind at Regents. Many of them asked me when we will host the next fair.”
Keep your eyes and ears peeled for the next one, which is likely to be in the first half of 2015.
Ice cream is a great way to cool off on a hot day.
Just looking at those sausages makes me hungry.