Shepton Giant Flea & Collectors Market + Shepton Mallet IACF

Two eclectic and lively events, with the reputation of being two of the key UK antique fairs to source quality goods

The Royal Bath and West Showground is the site of both the Shepton Giant Flea & Collectors Market event and the Shepton Mallet International Antiques and Collectors Fair, two major antique fairs which take place a few times a year.

If your tastes lie toward the vintage and everyday – rather than the more traditional and antiques – end of the spectrum, both these flea market & antiques fair will be right up your alley. They are eclectic and lively and have the reputation of being two of the key UK antique fairs to source quality goods.

The Shepton Mallet Antiques Vintage & Collectors Fair is housed in four halls, hosting over 30 shopping booths in the arcade at the Royal Bath & West Showground. More than 600 stands showcase everything from paintings and antique furniture to vintage teddies, porcelain, silver, crystal, militaria, restoration products and luxury leather luggage.

Located on the exact same premises as the Shepton Mallet Antiques Vintage & Collectors Fair, but held on different dates, the Shepton Giant Flea & Collectors Market features 250 inside and outside stalls, selling a plethora of items from retro-furniture, vintage clothing, garden statuary, crafts, art, jewellery, books, toys, sweets, clothes, CD’s, music, gifts, lifestyle products, stationary, fabrics and lots, lots more.

And if antiques are not your cup of tea, both fairs also have something for vintage enthusiasts: from 1960s and 1970s West German ceramics and advertising posters, to sunglasses and handbags, linens, quilts, kitchenware, plastics, lamps, toys, costume jewellery, sewing notions, teapots and crockery.

A weekend antiques fair, with early admission on the Friday afternoon, both the Shepton Mallet Antiques Vintage & Collectors Fair, and the Shepton Giant Flea & Collectors Market attracts many of London’s top dealers, many of whom will have their purchases back in their shops ready to sell the following day!

4 reviews

  1. Always worth a visit, lots to see but not too big. Lovely day out.

  2. Shepton Flea Badly Organised Entry For Stall Holders

    Don’t bother pitching with the Shepton Flea, it is poorly ran. Why queue early and find the incompetent organisers let in people who turned up half an hour ago before you. More chaos than a car boot ran by schoolchildren

  3. Vast variety of stalls. Facilities loos, parking good. Indoor catering (both quality and service) was on this visit, most disappointing.

  4. Very large event over 4 main halls, too much to take in, You need all day and have some idea of the collectable you want. All tickets are a starting place do not pay the ticket price, it was swamped with Moorcroft (very expensive).

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