Join us for a fun day out at the V&H Vintage Jumble Sale
on Saturday 25th August 2012
at the Rangeworthy Village Hall,
Wotton Rd, Rangeworthy, South Gloucestershire, BS37 7LZ
10.30am - 2.00pm
Some of your favourite Vintage & Handmade Fair dealers will be
having a clear out & offering vintage goodies at bargain prices.
China, glass, textiles, toys, books, ephemera & much
more....something for everyone.
Last year's events were great fun with bargains galore, so come
along & relive the days of the good old village jumble sale!
Free admission & parking....please do respect our neighbours though & don't block their access.
Teas & homemade cakes will be served by the Rangeworthy WI in
aid of charity.
I have posted a few photos from the March event to give you a taster of the goodies you can expect to find there.
As you already know, I have a unit at the Gloucester Antiques Centre. This is situated at the Gloucester docks in an old warehouse which has been beautifully renovated & offers a lovely bright, light space to display my vintage treasures.
Usually I go straight there, unload & arrange my stock, grab a cup of coffee & then go home.
Last week, as Mr C was with me, we decided to go for a wander. It's quite funny how you overlook the places you go to regularly isn't it? They just get taken for granted. While I was there I took some photos of the interesting things I saw & thought I'd share them here with you.
A beautiful building right in the middle of the shopping area.
A prettified bicycle outside a vintage shop which I discovered down an alley - it used to be a pub!
An amazing clock above a shop. It has moving figures which animate & ding their bells on the hour.
Finally, two photos of the docks themselves - this is just outside the antique centre. I loved the little 'garden' area next to the canal boats.
Besides the antique centre there is the Gloucester Quays outlet centre, a number of cafes & various shops & it is just a short walk to the pedestrianised shopping area. There are a couple of museums in the dock area & you can go for a boat ride along the canals too. Well worth a visit if you are in the area.
My name is Jayne - I'm an avid collector of all things vintage. I live in a 1930's farm cottage at the end of a muddy lane.
I love my family, pets, horse riding, decorating, cooking, sewing, reading, gardening, car boot sales, auctions & fleamarkets.
I have a passion for vintage which has lead to me starting an online shop & becoming a vintage fair organiser which keeps me busy!