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Antique fair a big hit

Maclean bottle collector Tim Shearman was at the Quota Lower Clarence Antique and Collectables Fair at the Yamba Bowling Club on Saturday.
Maclean bottle collector Tim Shearman was at the Quota Lower Clarence Antique and Collectables Fair at the Yamba Bowling Club on Saturday. Debrah Novak

THE inaugural Quota Lower Clarence Antiques and Collectables Fair was a major drawcard for Yamba at the weekend, with more than 1400 people passing through the doors of the Yamba Bowling Club on Saturday alone.

Organisers say they were delighted and overwhelmed by the response.

The two-day event was a fundraiser for the Maclean Hospital Auxiliary.

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