Tag Archives: Sunday

The end of an era!

The Lechlade Antiques fair website will be closing on 8th June. We have already moved to  http://www.biburyantiquesfair.com Keep an eye out, you may well be pleased! Thank you, Andy

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On reflection!

Hello again! So, after not posting much for a while, well, I thought I should try to remind people I am still here,and that the fair will return in March! Yes! Sunday March 5th, we return to Bibury, and as … Continue reading

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Springing back into action!

Hello folks! Well, it has been a  while since I posted anything, and now we will be returning to Bibury on 5th March, which I’m sure won’t be long! There will be a good display of dealers, selling Jewellery, Glass, … Continue reading

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Save a Turkey!

Hello Folks! Well, our fair year has finished, and we shall return next year at Bibury Village Hall, most likely in MARCH! There will also be a new website soon, so please keep in touch for that too. We had … Continue reading

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Remember, Remember, We have moved!

Hello again! Just a quick reminder that the next Bibury Antiques Fair is to be held on Sunday November 6th, from 10am to 4pm. Bibury Village Hall, GL7 5NR Yes, refreshments available too! Our first event, though small was well … Continue reading

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Fair Results!

Wow! What a day! OK, can’t deny it, I was worried, new venue, not enough stallholders to break even on the  rent, public liability insurance, advertising and general running around trying to make it work, and leaflet drops! Why would … Continue reading

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Clocking On?

So, one of the items that will be at The Bibury Fair will be an interesting mix of countries combined into one clock. The movement is essentially German, and the casework Irish. The clockmakers had premises in Dublin in 1862. … Continue reading

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