Just thought I’d slip a quick post in today, and remind people that the Bibury Antiques Fair returns on April 7th 2019.
I’m looking forward to getting back to the Village Hall and having an enjoyable day with people, and to get a few more places into the visitors book.
Meanwhile if anyone wants to learn about Gillows Furniture from Lancaster, my home City, then here is a set of good modern reference books, which are for sale shout if you are interested, as they are a keen price and these are for sale, at around half their official listing price!
Have a good weekend, won’t be long and I hope the sledge runners get polished if anyone happens to be near snow and have a sledge!
All the best for now, Andy.
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!
Coldstream, weather forecast? No!
Gordon Bennet? No not him either, maybe a relative though!
Robert Bennet was a Cabinet maker, Upholsterer and Undertaker in Coldstream.
I found the label underneath a Gypsy Table, and here it is.
With the change in temperature, and the direction of air, I thought the word Coldstream was appropriate!
Hopefully the weather will warm up a little for the first Bibury Antiques Fair on March 4th, and maybe you will have time to join us there?