Bibury Antiques Fair should be on show on the first Sunday of the month between April and November. Like many events in the last year, we are best contacted before trying to visit us, or look at our most recent blogs to see how hopeful we are of holding an event on the day you want to visit! We start at 10am, and close at 4pm.
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Greetings and Happy Wassail! For many cider drinkers and orchard owners Wassail is an important date in the calendar and I know that at many orchards this weekend there will be gatherings and celebrations. Here is my glass of fine … Continue reading
Hello folks! Thanks to all the people who came to the fair and especially for the signing in the visitors book! Here is the last post of the day! Signed by Robert. All the best Andy.
Morning Folks! Bibury Antiques Fair has just opened and the church bells are ringing wonderfully. Pop along to see us, we close at 4pm today. Here is another bell for sale too. Have a good weekend. Andy.
Well, not a secret hoard of ancient ruins, but with some summer weather, maybe playing marbles in the sun could be a pleasant pastime! These were spotted at the last event, so they may still be available. Pop along on … Continue reading
Hello again! Sorry for the absence, seem to have been busy with a few things! Pop along to see our next fair this coming Sunday, June 4th at Bibury Village Hall. If you need a reminder, or haven’t seen us … Continue reading
Hello Folks! Well, what am I on about you may well ask! This storage label was found a few months ago on the back of something, and I can’t remember what it was, maybe I’ll find it again, or maybe … Continue reading
Today I had to sort out a swarm, which happened when I was at the fair! Here it is! (Or was during collection!) Now sitting in a hive on a table in the garden, awaiting it’s new place of residence! … Continue reading
Hello again! Time rolls on as ever and our next event in Bibury Village Hall will be on May 7th, open from 10am to 4pm. We shall have a great display for you, and we have a couple of new … Continue reading