You have said that you don’t hear about craft fairs etc until after they have taken place as they aren’t very well advertised. If they aren’t very well advertised and you don’t know about them, will the general public ?? I used to use Stallfinder and if I found fairs that were monthly/ weekly etc I used to visit one or two and see what the footfall was like, what type of people etc went and what sort of competition I would have before I booked a stall ( I don’t think you would have much competition so that shouldn’t be a problem) Once you do a few you get talking to other stallholders who are always full of great knowledge - ie craft fairs worth doing, ones to avoid, names of people who arrange fairs, schools, churches etc that do craft fairs, pamper evenings etc. I also contacted schools, sports centres etc to see if they did events and not just craft fairs. One of the sports centres near me does a Psychic Fair but there were stalls there that had nothing to do with psychic stuff. Are there any village fetes or steam fairs near you as they quite often have craft tents. Stallfinder is the main place to look locally, relatively inexpensive fairs/ fetes/ fund raising events etc but there is also Oakleigh Fairs although they tend to do the bigger, more expensive events.