The Bingley Hall Antiques and Collectors Fair is a well-established event in the British antiquing calendar, having been held regularly since the 70s. In 2018, it was feared that this may come to an end, as the family who organized the event announced retirement. However, the International Antiques and Collectors Fairs were delighted to pick this event up where the founders left off, so this event is still a staple in the world of vintage, antiques, and collectibles, much to the delight of the regular vendors and visitors.
The location for the Bingley Hall Antiques and Collectors Fair is perfect; in the center of Staffordshire, which is the heart of the country close to several major cities. It is easy to access by road, rail or flight so there is no excuse not to partake in this market! The hall is perfectly designed for exhibitions and events, and all vendors set up their stalls in this hugely spacious, indoor area, so there is never a worry of rain dampening events here. It is a large area, and there is a lot to see here, so it is a good idea to wear comfortable shoes and arrive prepared to cover a lot of ground!
The items for sale at Bingley Hall Antiques and Collectors Fair are wide-ranging, and all of great quality. Those with a qualified interest in more collectible items will find plenty here to entertain them, and casual shoppers too will not be able to leave empty-handed. Stalls are filled with ornaments and curios, small and larger furniture pieces, artwork, jewelry, porcelain, clocks for the mantlepiece, glassware, tins, teddy bears and so much more. Strolling around is a real trip down memory lane.
Keen shoppers should arrive at Bingley Hall Antiques and Collectors Fair with a full wallet, as there are no ATMs on site and not all stallholders are able to accept card payment. The very keenest can pay a little extra for early access to the event on Friday.
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