More than 10,000 people are expected to flood into Clare next month to visit the popular Clare Priory Craft Fair.
Set in the grounds of the historic Clare Priory in Ashen Road, the two-day event takes places this year on the weekend of July 12-13.
The Priory has played host to the Craft Fair since 1993, and the event has grown steadily over the years to become a firm favourite with crafters and visitors alike.
The opening times on both days are 10am to 5pm with admission £4 for adults, £3 for seniors and free for accompanied under-16s.
This year there more than 170 craft stalls including woodwork, iron work, decoupage, basket weaving, pyrography, felt making, wool spinning, textiles, art and sculpture, pottery and jewellery.