Hello all. We’re back in Bibury this coming Sunday, May 5th. Opening as usual at 10am. This month however there are a few new stands, as some of our regular dealers are off to watch an equestrian event not far away. One of our new dealers is Graham, and here is a small selection of his silver he may well be bringing with him. Call in and see us to find out who else is new this month! There will also be pictures form a new dealer to us, as well as many of our regulars, so it does look like a good show again! Regards, Andy.
Hello and Happy New Year folks!
Here is a little photo of a New Years Day bus trip, as seen in Winchester, hope you like it, it seems they also run vintage bus trips on other Bank Holidays too. Maybe I’ll have time to enjoy one soon.
Please follow the link to find out more about them…….https://www.kingalfredbuses.org.uk/
Our Bibury Antiques Fair doesn’t have an event until April, so I hope to see you then! Think it may be a while before we can offer a free bus service to our fair, sorry folks!
Just a quick note to wish everyone a Merry Christmas. Whilst I’m sure there won’t be any sledging around here, I’m sure some people of a certain age will remember “The Snowman” and the song “Walking in the air”. Well, here is our Sunshine Cat Rescue cat, Shadow, trying to do just that, taken a few days ago, I’m not sure she will give me permission to sell “her” chair now! Have a good time folks!
Our next event will be this Sunday, September 2nd, and we will be on show from 10am, pop in and see us. One new standholder tomus will be bringing a selection of Staffordshire Pottery, also, as often is the case, we have a selection of items for sale, including jewellery, glass, ceramics, smaller furniture,and items made from brass, including these “Lion Dogs” or “Dogs of Fo”.
Maybe see you there, refreshments are served too.
Hello! It’s May Day and there is sunshine, what a lovely surprise!
This weekend is Bibury Antiques Fair so if nearby, and yes, there is a lot going on, being a Bank Holiday, please find a space t park and pop in to peruse our treasures for sale.
We open at 10am and close at 4pm, and refreshments will be available from noon, here is a cabinet of jewellery that you may like a few items from?
Hello! Well, is it a Good Friday? Well, according to the weather forecast it will be soggy around the edges, and bees will not be flying unless sheltered against a wall or in a sunny spot if they are lucky!
So, final waxing and dusting of a few bits and bobs should be able to continue indoors!
Here is a table top which just looks fab in the sunshine!
Hello, and with just a week to go until Bibury Antiques Fair returns we are are busy and hoping the weather will be kinder to us than it was in March.
Amongst the dealers stock exhibited, one may well find this, a sign which just says all it needs to…….
So, please ask there is anything I can help with, we open at 10am and close at 4pm, from noon, refreshments will be available. Please call in and enjoy the fair.
As many know, we were not on show in March at Bibury, however we do return on Easter Sunday.
Should you fancy a day out this weekend, please vist another antiques fair which is being held at Steeple Aston, on a main road between Woodstock and Banbury.
Maybe see you there!
Wow, what a bright sunny day on Sunday and so clear, could see for miles.
Tonight, well, minus 3 here, which not cold for many, but the Camelia is well wrapped as it was doing so well this year too, but I fear this may upset the buds if it gets colder.
The plan (subject to being frozen out or snowed in!), is to have our first Bibury Antiques Fair this coming Sunday, March 4th. The weather may well interfere with this, so please call, and unless I add news to the contrary, we will be on show, and I’m looking forward to it, this barometer may be there, and look, as I suspect the gauge will be different then too!
Wow, with all the Olympic excitement about Curling, and I must admit, I do fancy having a go, it somehow is, I think, slowly exciting, addictive perhaps, and a mixture of lots, the target and actions a cross between archery, bowls, and more, or is that just how I see it?
Well, here is a miniature curling stone, which once held a wee dram, sadly been empty for a long time, but I guess it could be refilled! Call in and see us at Bibury Village Hall on March 4th to see if it’s still for sale!
Sliante Mhath!, Andy.