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Stockton Chic Vintique Fair

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High Street Marquee
Stockton on Tees
County Durham
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This wonderful fair now has a permanent home directly on the High Street in a purpose built space for all of Stockton’s great events, CHIC VINTIQUE being the largest one day event, with around 45 stands and a super vintage tea room, musical entertainment and a fab atmosphere.

Admission is free and the stands are filled with wonderful goodies be they wearbale, edible, fashionable, collectable, vintage, retro, antique, modern, crafts, arts and more…

10.00am - 3.30pm

For stand bookings and all information contact BR Events
www.brevents.co.uk
email: website@brevents.co.uk or call 07779342782

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