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St Ives Antiques Fair

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Burgess Hall (One Leisure)
St Ives
Cambridgeshire
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Come to the AA-signposted St Ives Antiques Fair, held at Burgess Hall (One Leisure), Westwood Road, St. Ives, Cambs, PE27 6WU, for a fun and friendly event that also offers the ultimate in recycling!

It’s a great way to spend a winter weekend, whatever the weather, browsing and buying antiques, yesterday’s treasures and curios that you will love and cherish for years to come – and you might even find something suitable as an unusual Valentine’s Day present for your loved one.

Around 45 expert dealers offer a wide variety of affordable, quality antiques at this 2-day Fair, including silver, paintings, china and porcelain, small items of quality furniture, costume and precious jewellery as well as vintage accessories, militaria, fine glass, paperweights and postcards.

Open 10am – 4pm each day; admission £2 adults, £1.50 concessions

Contact:
Day Out Events: 01480-896866,
parkhousepr@aol.com; www.dayoutevents.co.uk
Find us on FaceBook:
www/facebook.com/stivesantiquesfair and follow us on Twitter: www.twitter.com/StIvesAntiques

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