Held four times a year at West Mid Showground, Shrewsbury Flea – Antique and Collectors Fair labels itself as the next generation of Antique & Collector Events.
Currently housing over 120 vendors with more than 4,000 visitors hitting the show every weekend that it opens, Shrewsbury Flea – Antique & Collectors Fair is only set to get bigger. The popularity of the event and the reputation it has for excellent goods and friendly service means there is good reason why visitors from all over the UK and further afield make sure to attend the fair on a regular basis.
JOS events, the organizers of Shrewsbury Flea – Antique and Collectors Fair, strive to make their antique fair as enjoyable as possible for both vendors and customers. They create spaces that are very easy to navigate, with plenty of room for everyone. Spacious areas mean that browsing around is a stress-free experience, even when the market is busy. Visitors never feel rushed, or pushed around, and vendors always appear to have plenty of time for each shopper. Because of this, it is also a great market to visit to gain information and ask questions about any of the pieces, or re-decoration ideas!
Goods on sale at Shrewsbury Flea – Antique and Collectors Fair truly cater to every taste and all budgets. It is the perfect place to find that unique addition for the home. The antique fair features work of art, vintage posters, antique and retro furniture, jewelery, magazines, silverware, vintage lamps, strollers, gardening equipment, old toys, ornaments, globes and many more decorative items and curios.
Shrewsbury Flea – Antique and Collectors Fair is very much a typical flea market. Vendors tend to sell out of their vans on temporary tables erected for the purpose and everybody is exposed to the elements. However, come rain or shine, spirits here are always high and a great time is had by all.
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