SUPPORTING IPSWICH: Ashlee Watson, 9, and a furry friend at he Ipswich Home Show.
SUPPORTING IPSWICH: Ashlee Watson, 9, and a furry friend at he Ipswich Home Show. Inga Williams

Home show extravaganza

IF YOU went to the Ipswich Home Show and Outdoor Expo at the showgrounds over the weekend, chances are you'll want to go again next year.

The good news is it will be back next year bigger and even better than this year.

Organiser Faye Flor had a break off running the expo for few year but was glad she came back and even before the end yesterday, her thoughts were on next time.

"QT general manager Mike Dorey rang me and said: 'Would you please resurrect it'," she said

"The Ipswich public has done their region proud because they've supported the exhibitors.

"Half the exhibitors have asked for their site back again next year already."

The word to describe the close to 100 stalls was definitely variety with beds, finance, kitchens, heat pads, furniture, swimming pools, asbestos disease advice, development, arts and crafts, gourmet food and wine, health and wellbeing, massages and community groups.

"I always give free sites to community groups," Mrs Flor said.

 



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