Take a step back in time in Kyneton.

The Lost Trades Fair is returning for another year to display rare and forgotten trades.

Founded by Lisa and Glen Rundell in 2014, the fair was established to “showcase career artisans practising traditional trades”.

“It really gets an insight in to the effort that goes behind something made from craftsmanship and precision and learning and generations of knowledge passed down,” Ms Rundell said.

“It was to acknowledge what they do but to also reignite the general public’s awareness that these trades do exist and they do have a place in society.”

Trades ranging from silversmiths, to carriage builders will be on display at the fair.

Ms Rundell said all artisans will be practising their trades.

“If you’re a blacksmith, you must bring your forge along and show people how you do it … the boot maker has their stitching machines and they’re making boots and shoes and the sock makers are making socks out of a 114-year-old sock making machines,” she said.

The Lost Trades Fair will be at the Kyneton Racecourse on March 9 and 10, 10am-4pm.

For tickets: bit.ly/2SvPxLT