Heritage Motor Centre to make Toy Fair a 'regular event'

Over 500 people visited the first ever show, held this month
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The Heritage Motor Centre is set to make its Toy and Collectors Fair a bi-annual event, following the success of its first ever this November.

The next fair, aimed at collectors of vintage toys such as Matchbox cars, Hornby and more, will be held in April 2014, with another event in November 2014.

Over 500 people visited the first ever show, held this month, as over 80 trader tables exhibited their collections of vintage and collectable toys.

Tom Caren, the show manager at the Heritage Motor Centre, said: "The show was a great success. So much so we will be making it a regular event.

"The general consensus from both traders and visitors was that the HMC is a wonderful place to hold a Toy and Collection Fair.

"It takes time to establish these fairs, so hopefully the one in April will attract even more visitors and traders."

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