It’s back by popular demand and organisers hope it will be better and better than ever.
It’s the successful vintage pop-up shop which made its debut at Cocking fete last September.
Many visitors to the annual fete, held in aid of church funds, bought their outfits for the annual Goodwood Revival meeting last year and now organisers are hoping to build on the succcess.
This year they will have vintage clothes and accessories for men and women from the 1920s to the 1980s.
“Many of you will have noticed the recent high-street ‘take’ on the 1950s and 60s, well, why not come and buy the real thing?” said one of the fete organisers, David Imlach.
He appealed for items to add to the vintage pop-up shop: “As ever, our stall will consist of your generous donations of clothes, shoes, handbags, hats, furs, ties and jewellery.
“Why not take advantage of these rainy afternoons to clear out your wardrobes and attics?”
All donations for the innovative pop-up shop can be taken to the rectory at Cocking and given to the Rev Canon Colin Bradley.