Shoppers go back in time at Hornsea Freeport event
HORNSEA: More than 14,000 people attended a nostalgia weekend at the town's Freeport.
Visitors travelled from all over the UK to the former Hornsea Pottery site during the August bank holiday.
This year, the centre saw an 8.8 per cent sales increase compared to last year and a four per cent footfall increase.
There was the opportunity to buy Hornsea Pottery and see a display of pottery and memorabilia, which was provided by the Hornsea Pottery Collectors and Research Society and Hornsea Museum.
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There was also an owl display, hosted by York Bird of Prey Centre.
The East Yorkshire branch of the Morris Minors Owners' Club also attended with a range of classic cars and the Memory Lane Band entertained visitors with 1950s-style music.
Additionally, the shopping village's charity of the year, Dove House Hospice, hosted a pop-up vintage clothing store.
Centre manager, Simon Tudor, said: "The event was a huge success and we had a fantastic response from people wanting to relive happy memories of the times they spent at Hornsea Pottery years ago."