A traditional Hungarian Market has set up shop in Lumley Road, Skegness to delight shoppers with stunning crafts and delicious food.
The Hungarian Folklore Market opened today and will be here Sunday, featuring some of the types of goods on sale at the Christmas market last year.
Benedek Gal and Krisztina Toth, stall holders have returned to Skegness bringing a range of pottery, woollen jewellery and both are looking forward to a busy weekend.
“We’ve brought lots of things, people in Skegness might enjoy, the jams have been selling really well,” said Benedek Gal.
On offer, is a tasty selection of jams in a range of flavours including; pear, wild cherry, strawberry and more, there’s also chutneys preserves, hot crepes, home-made wares, authentic items and goulash.
Stefan Krause, Skegness Town Centre manager, said he was glad to see the Hungarian visitors here again.
The stall is situated next to HSBC bank and Llyods TSB.