Our next fair – Monday September 2nd

What are your plans for the first Monday of the month? Why not call in to the antiques, vintage and collectables market at The Shambles in Stroud – we’re just off the High Street in St. Lawrence’s Church Hall – and we’ll be open from 8am to 4pm.

Our sellers vary from month to month; but you can usually find a good selection of:

  • vintage fabrics, lace and buttons
  • books, maps and ephemera
  • kitchenalia, baskets and boxes
  • pens, clocks and cameras
  • jewellery and accessories
  • vintage toys and games
  • unique decorative items
  • vintage clothing

whether you are browsing, buying or selling – we look forward to seeing you …

Stroud is a great place for vintage and unique shopping, and it also has an eclectic mix of eateries; so why not coincide your visit with our market and make a day of it!

Stroud visitors guide – make the most of your time in the bohemian town of Stroud with SoGlos’s comprehensive guide on where to eat, stay, shop and much more.https://www.soglos.com/36931/Stroud-visitors-guide

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First Fair of 2019 – Mon 7th Jan.

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Hope you all had a magical Christmas and a Happy New Year. Lets start the year with a bang at our first fair of the year. Have a great one.

Last Fair of the Year Mon 3rd December.

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It’s here. The Big ‘C’. The last Fair of 2018, time just flies when your enjoying yourself. We have extra stalls this time, so plenty to have a look at. May we wish you all a Very Happy Christmas and a Prosperous New Year. Thank you for all your support throughout the year, we look forward to seeing you all in 2019. See you on Mon 3rd then the next one is on Mon 7th January 2019!!!!!!!!!!

Our next Fair is on Mon 1st October.

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The last Fair in September was our 10th Anniversary, I’ve only just realised. 10yrs!!!!!

The next Fair is on Monday 1st October. Easy to miss, so put a reminder on your calendar at the end of September, so you don’t turn the page and find you have missed it.