WARRINGTON Record Fair returns this weekend and you can win a gift voucher to spend.

Following their last event in September, the record fair returns bigger and better this Sunday, November 14 on the mezzanine floor of Warrington Market

With 18 traders now instead of 12 and some new ones too, the vinyl-sellers are looking to continue their success.

John Beddows, who has been running the fair for four years in January, said: “We’ve got a few new traders coming as new blood. We’re always trying to change things around and make things a little bit different for people.

“It feels so far off then all of a sudden, it’s here.

“The record fair is going really well. All of the stalls and traders that we have had over the past four years have all been quality.

“People know they get decent stuff and it’s all quality and that’s what we are built on.

“It’s a combined effort between us and the market staff and it’s gone really well.”

The Makers Market has also moved from near the Parr Hall and now coincides with the fair to make it a bit more of a day out.

"You can come, do a bit of shopping around at the Makers Market, come to the records fair, go and get something to eat,” John, based in Sandbach, added.

“It made sense to combine them all so we’re attracting lots of different people.

“It just felt into place that we would do it with the Makers Market, maybe some new people might come to have a look.”

The fair starts at 11am.

• To win the £20 gift voucher to you at the record fair on the stalls, please answer this - how many traders will there be at the fair? Email your answer to competition@nqnw.co.uk before 5pm on Friday.