Wow! Autumn feels as though it really is here now as the dampness rises from the fields in the early evening as a wonderful magical mist. However, this is making the evenings cooler, so if you get a chance, call into Bibury Antiques Fair this coming Sunday, 4th September, we are open from 10am to 4pm. My breakfast this morning was Trout, with bread and butter, and Bibury has the oldest Trout Farm in England, and I can recommend it! So, there’s food to buy in Bibury, as well as antiques this Sunday, and if the weather is good, there’s the option of just sitting on a wall and watching the world go by whilst enjoying a coffee from the cafe Twig, or lunch at The Catherine Wheel, or checking out one of the many venues in the area for a future wedding or party! Lots to do near here, and some of the short walks do go through interesting villages nearby, some have pubs along the way too! Naturally, an item from our fair could be a wonderful gift for yourself or a friend, and could bring many happy memories of the day for years to come, so I hope you find something! We are coming to the end of a Bank Holiday weekend, but “Other weekends are available”! Regards, Andy.
Hello again. We return to our Bibury Village Hall for our August event this coming Sunday. We we be on show from 10am and close at 4pm. Pop in and see what we have for sale. It’s a lovely hall and has several photos of the village and surrounding on the walls to admire. Here’s a few photographs from last month. We have a new dealer this month too, so she may well bring some pictures, or even some small furniture.
Hello all. Our July 3rd Antiques Fair in Bibury has a new stallholder. Selling Oriental items and there will be some very interesting pieces for sale from this dealer, as well as our regulars too. Call in and see us from 10am, but we do close at 4pm. Here’s a few items which one may be able to buy from John.
Hello all! Just a little reminder about our next Bibury Fair, as we will be on show on July 3rd, from 10am until 4pm. Here are a few photos of how we looked last time, and next week I’ll add a few photos of a new stallholder bringing Oriental items. Hope to see you soon. Thanks for reading this, Andy.
Hello all. Just a little reminder about the date change to our June event. Due to The Queens Jubilee, we have moved our date one week backwards, so we will be on show on June 12th. Pop in and see us then. We have a good show lined up for the next few months already. Here’s a few photos of how we were in May. Regards, Andy.
Hello all. Bibury Antiques Fair restarted in April, on the 3rd, and our second event of the year is on Sunday May 1st! Our first event was such a ;lovely welcome back, we had lots of visitors to the village, and friends to the fair. So many travel from different places across the world to view Bibury, a Gloucestershire gem, and some take home a little treat from the fair, giving an extra memory of the day they had there. This month, one of our stallholders cannot be with us, so we have someone else to fill the stall with treasures! Pop in to see what they have! Should you be nearby and have time and the interest to visit, we open at 10am, and close at 4pm. We do have a visitors book, our first signature from last month belonged to people from Utah! Here are a few photographs of our stalls from last month. Best wishes all!
Hello all! Well, tomorrow, on Sunday 3rd April we will be on show at Bibury Village Hall. We open at 10am and close at 4pm. Whilst I am not sure what the weather will be like, I suggest a decent warm coat just in case, the sunshine is lovely, but it’s not as warm as one thinks. In Bibury there’s plenty to see, by just wandering around, the Church, walks around the area, the Trout Farm is the oldest in Britain I think, and there’s The Catherine Wheel pub, as well as the Swan Inn, and not forgetting a more recent venue, The Twig, a small, but well packed coffee shop, who also sell fabulous sausage rolls, as I found out the other day! So if one gets a little time, stroll around the village and come to see us in The Village Hall near to the Church, and maybe an item or two may catch your liking, there’s lots to see, jewellery, glassware, brassware, ceramics, paintings and pictures, King Penguin books, and even some smaller items of furniture, and maybe some antique woodworking tools. Something I know is certainly going to be there is this recently tidied garden bench, just four feet long, or 120cm it’s an attractive simple comfortable garden bench. Here it is, and have a great weekend, thanks, Andy.
Hello! Just a little note to say that Bibury Antiques Fair is on it’s way back! We return to The Village Hall on April 3rd 2022. Not long to wait now then. I’m just checking how all our dealers are and will be in showing a few photo’s of last years events to tempt you to come along and see us, maybe even buy something! We will be opening at 10am and we close at 4pm. Here are a few photo’s of past events so I hope you like them. Bye for now. Regards, Andy.
Happy New Year to everyone, here’s a photo of my first delivery of the year, just about to be loaded up! Now in it’s new home. Best Wishes, Andy.
Wishing everyone a Happy Christmas, and Better New Year! From all of us at Bibury Antique Fair. See you on our return in April 2021! I was lucky enough to get this Christmas card from a shed clearance many years ago from Shilton, from his widow, Millie Hunt. Cheers! Wassail! Sliante!