Just a quick note to remind you to pop along to the last Vintage Escapades of the year, this Sunday, the 8th December. That’s at Woore Victory Hall, Woore, Cheshire, from 10am-4pm, for festive shopping and fun!
Here’s all the details you need for two splendid events this weekend! I’m going to be at both and am greatly looking forward to them! Are you coming? First up it’s Crafty Vintage at Bishops Castle on Saturday 2nd November, then Vintage Escapades on Sunday the 3rd. I’m trying to find the poster nestling about somewhere on my computer, but I can’t. I’ll find it later and upload it. Anyway, the event is 10am – 4pm as usual, at Woore Victory Hall, Woore, Cheshire, so come along and start your seasonal shopping!
This weekend is going to be busy, with two lovely events at which to start thinking about your Christmas gifts! I know….it seems early, but there’s no harm in picking up a few pieces early, spreading the cost and making sure you have that perfect present! Tomorrow, Saturday the 5th of October, I shall be in Ludlow’s town square for the Made in Shropshire fair, from 9am-5pm. And then Sunday, the 6th, it’s Vintage Escapades at Woore Victory Hall, Woore, Cheshire, from 10am-4pm. Lots of goodies to be had at both and it’s going to be a lovely, warm weekend too, especially on Saturday for the outside event! I hope to see you at one or both!
I shall be in Ludlow town square this Saturday, the 1st of June, for Made in Shropshire’s monthly fair…Come and see some lovely locally made crafts and food, from 9am-5pm! Then on Sunday it’s Vintage Escapades at Woore Victory Hall, 10am-4pm. It’s a clothing extravaganza! Come and pick up a new summer dress, so you’re ready when the sun comes out….surely sometime in June….
I’ve got a last minute booking tomorrow, Friday 3rd May, at The Wightman, just at the back of the Square in Shrewsbury town centre. The Pop Up Emporium runs from 10am-4pm, so I hope to see you there! I’m looking forward to seeing who else is there with their handmade wares. Then it’s Woore time again on Sunday 6th – for more Vintage Escapades. That’s at Woore Victory Hall, Woore, Cheshire, 10am-4pm!
Just a quick reminder folks! Vintage Escapades starts again tomorrow! It’s the first fair of the year and Lexy has gathered together a spiffing line up of sellers and makers (why not check out Vintage Escapades on Facebook, to keep up with all the dates and goings on?). With Valentine’s Day edging closer, the theme, of course, is love…and I have more pink than usual for sale, and red too. It’s all hearts, birdies and flowers. Sigh. 10am-4pm, Woore Victory Hall, Woore, Cheshire.
Don’t forget, it’s the very LAST Vintage Escapades handmade and vintage fair of the year, tomorrow, Sunday 2nd December! I can’t believe it’s December already. I opened my first advent calendar window this morning (it was an owl, if you want to know, behind the window flap, and the calendar is a vintage 1960’s one that I found, totally brilliant and snowy and nostalgic). Anyway, see you tomorrow! I have a lot of lovely things to show you. Pear of Peas tearoom is open, with special mince pies, brandy snaps and Christmas puddings. And Father Christmas is arriving at 11am! Splendid! 10am-4pm! Woore Victory Hall, Woore, Cheshire.
This has to be the cutest ever Vintage Escapades poster! Puppies in knitted stockings; could there be anything nicer? (Well, yes, kittens in mittens are always welcome). This month sellers will be going all out to kick start your Christmas shopping with their gorgeous handmade and vintage wares. From 10am-4pm, this Sunday the 4th November at Woore Victory Hall, Cheshire. See you there!
Two events this weekend. Count ’em! Two! Vintage loveliness at Antiquity Vintage at the Anstice Club at Madeley, Telford this Saturday, 4th August, 10am-4pm and and vintage and crafty thrills to be had at Woore Victory Hall on Sunday, 10am-4pm. This month we have a garden party theme, for which I may have to find a hat. I’m looking forward to both, but worrying what I might miss Olympic-wise on the telly. I have to accept that I can’t just stay home for the duration of the Games, and must go out to try and earn a crust. So see you there! (If you have one of those portable tellies, please bring it along.)