Sunday, 18 September 2016

Home & Vintage Brocante

My first time at this event or one like it. Had visited before as think that is a must.
Had a chauffeur to the event, such a treat as he did all the heavy lifting, helped me set up. All went well apart from said staff member throwing the pegs for my pricing labels across the floor, Hmm!

A really well organised event, the stallholders and customers were so friendly, a lovely atmosphere and looking forward to Guildford Cathedral Home & Vintage on the 29th October.

A first event in a very long time that I have been to where Handmade was appreciated, it was such a change. All the stalls had wonderful displays and Julia Langley the organiser was so helpful.

Well behaved dogs on leads were allowed, Lee said he could have brought Shiloh. Did try to explain that he would have rocketed through the hall demolishing anything in his way, so not a good idea. His tail is also lethal as always wagging at a rate of knots and he is a tad large.

Okay some pic's and website links to a few stalls.

View from the hall


Entrance Display

Heartfelt Designs, the red just pops

My stall, not a good pic as into the light

The hall is full of stalls

The hall was buzzing

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  1. Looks like a nice fair! It's so good to read a positive review of selling at a craft fair! Your stall looks very nicely laid out. (

  2. It looks fabulous, Caroline. I've not done any fair this year but you've sparked my interest again.

  3. Looks like a great event with plenty of visitors. I hope it went well for you

  4. That looks like a good fair. The Guildford one sounds fun too.

  5. looks like a great turn out - hope was a great success?


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