Heaven for vinyl lovers at Whanganui Record Fair

By Anne-Marie McDonald

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Stallholder Matt Davies of Palmerston North with just a sample of his 6000-strong record collection.   PHOTO/BEVAN CONLEY
Stallholder Matt Davies of Palmerston North with just a sample of his 6000-strong record collection. PHOTO/BEVAN CONLEY

Whanganui record lovers were in heaven on Sunday when the Whanganui Record Fair came to town. Seven stallholders set up their wares at the Red Eye Cafe in Guyton St.

Organiser Brian Wafer said the afternoon had been very busy, with people coming and going constantly.

"We had people trying to get in while we were still setting up," Mr Wafer said.

Stallholders had come from Whanganui, Palmerston North, New Plymouth and Auckland.

Mr Wafer said it was the first time in five years the record sale had been to Whanganui, as he had been busy with other projects.

"It's nice to be back here. Whanganui people like their records. It's been fun."

- Wanganui Chronicle

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