Vintage and retro fair comes to Malvern
All the glamour and style of yesteryear will be returning to Malvern on Saturday 1 November at the town's vintage and retro fair.
Taking place along Abbey Road between 10am and 4pm, the fair will have antique and vintage items including clothes, books, jewellery, furniture, craft items and object d'art.
Councillor Phillip Grove, portfolio holder for economic development, tourism and leisure at Malvern Hills, said: "This is the second of three vintage and retro fairs we are supporting. The first one a few weeks back was a tremendous success and we'll once again be hoping for fine weather and a good turnout from local residents and visitors to the town."
One of the many visitors to the last antique and retro fair was Mr Beswick of Worcester, who said: "My wife and I visited Malvern to attend the antique and retro fair and the mix of stalls made for a busy and friendly atmosphere. We will be making Malvern a destination in the future for another enjoyable day, perhaps visiting the next fair, the antique shops and having lunch locally. Malvern has its very own character with an interesting mix of shops."
The Malvern vintage and retro fair is being run by Pam Difford and her business partner Peter Krawczyk.
After many years of dealing in antiques and collectables from Portobello Road and Alexander Palace in London and having an antique shop in Worcester for nearly 10 years, they bring a wealth of experience and style that will help to ensure the fair has a bright future.
Amongst the stalls at the market there will be Sam's Homemade Heaven from Droitwich with hand-sewn items in vintage styles and shabby chic, artisan handcrafted jewellery by Forking Marvellous, and Respoke Designs will have their unique handcrafted jewellery and accessories made from recycled bicycle spokes, marbles and beads.
There will also be vintage clothes and furniture from the Victorian era right through to the 1960s, as well as antique and modern gold and silver items and collectables from most vintage and modern genres including porcelain and art.
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