Our next fair is just a week away (Saturday 3 March at Wadebridge Town Hall, The Platt, Wadebridge from 10.30am - 3.30pm, to be precise) and I'm sure you're all itching to know what you can expect on the day! Well, to be honest, I'm itching to tell you all about it!
There is a very exciting mix of some of our regular wonderful stallholders, along with some lovely stallholders who will be joining us for the first time. Pop along to the fair and you will find:
Edith Gray - a mix of vintage homewares, furniture and handmade pieces made from vintage materials
PPV - commercial vintage and pre-loved clothing and accessories
Sue Dove - a delightful mix of vintage homewares and clothes
The Very Vintage Teatime Co - all you need for a very vintage afternoon tea
Le Shed - across two stalls, Le Shed will be postively bursting with vintage homewares and accessories
Viriginia's - a unique mix of british and french vintage homewares
Humble Cottage - a unique selection of vintage and pieces made from vintage materials
Margo's Jewellery - Bursting with vintage costume jewellery and accessories
Kitsch Attic - Stunning furniture, lighting and accessories, created with vintage materials
Blue Duck Gallery - a beautiful selection of vintage and handmade pieces with a nod to the nautical
Alice's Tea Party - a stunning collection of vintage china and homewares
Spinning Top Vintage - vintage for your little ones - gorgeous!
Pumpkinwoo - unique artwork created from vintage playing cards
Dig for Victory - homegrown produce and handmade pieces for your garden from reclaimed materials
Donna and Lin Caney - a beautiful selection of vintage homewares and accessories
Fran McDermott - an exciting selection of vintage toys and dolls
Susie Joan Accessories - handmade kitsch and vintage inspired jewellery and accessories
Charlotte Hambly - a beautiful selection of vintage homewares and china
Worn Out - collecting and recycling vintage, beautifully unique
We'll also be joined by Children's Hospice South West who will have a stall raising money for this wonderful charity, selling a mixture of vintage donations and CHSW materials.
We will also be raising money for Children's Hospice South West through our very vintage tearoom at the fair, where you can take a seat at one of our tables adorned with vintage linens and enjoy a cup of something hot or cold, along with a delicious homemade cake (kindly donated by our wonderful stallholders).
AND LAST BUT NOT LEAST...
In a new an exciting addition to our Vintage in a Teacup fairs, Threads Workshops will be running short drop in workshops throughout the day, to master the skill of needle-felting. Join in the workshops and you will be able to learn how to Needle-felt to create lovely little flower or heart brooches. Once you've learned the basics, you can go home and make all manner of things such as felted birds (as seen on Kirsty Allsopp's TV show), lovely felted jewellery or some cute little animals !... The possibilities are endless. It will be £5 per person for a 45 minute session.
So what can you expect at Vintage in a Teacup next Saturday... lots and lots of vintage, shopping, crafting, tea and cake... what more could you want! Really hope to see you there!!