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Cambridge Living History & Vintage Fair

Posted: Fri Nov 29, 2013 8:06 am
by david smith
Bernie The Bolt's new Market at Godmanchester, the Wood Green Animal Shelter, February 8th & 9th. Stands are priced at £40 for a 3m by 3m space, there are also a couple of 4m by 4m spaces available at £65. Admission will be £2, under 12 free of charge. Bernie has booked a lot of entertainment to add to the fun and the retail therapy, including a band, Devilstick Peat, and three Medieval Re-enactment Groups for LH (indoors) and Sword Displays. Opens at 10am each day. Restaurants and Bar on site - the breakfast is pretty good and at £3.95 very reasonably priced. Carvery Sunday lunch £6.95.
Traders currently booked include:
Bernie The Bolt
Annie and Andreas
Bodgers Pottery
ABCD Historical Books
Farthingale Historical Hats
Roving Apothecary
Vectis Arms
Spirit of The Fens
Crusade
Evil Pilgrim
RATS
Shoot & Scapa
Radbourn Designs
Ancient Battle Crafts
Cloak'd & Daggered
Whyte Phantom
Arbalist Armoury
Alison & Hugh's Handmade Things
Needwood Tree
Busy Mole Music
Reddog Forge
The Re-enactors Closet
Aelfgyfu Searocraft
Lindy Pickard The Cloth Hall
Derbyshire Arms
Prior Attire
Time Warrior
Noctule
Lucy The Tudor
Mike The Hat
Dave The Moneyer
Annotts Pots
Hair Story
Gallowglass
Celtic Moon
Douggie The Wood
Jack Greene
Candles For All Ages
House of de Lytton

Pretty good start, I reckon - I suspect it's going to be fully booked before Christmas!https://www.facebook.com/pages/Cambridge-Living-History-Fair/621712134553695

(Not my event, I'm just helping Bernie with the computer stuff :-) )

Best wishes
David

Re: Cambridge Living History & Vintage Fair

Posted: Fri Nov 29, 2013 9:29 am
by sally
Am filling out our booking form even now :)

Re: Cambridge Living History & Vintage Fair

Posted: Fri Nov 29, 2013 11:48 am
by Tod
I'm booked. Foxblade Trading and re-enactment Shoes.

Re: Cambridge Living History & Vintage Fair

Posted: Fri Nov 29, 2013 12:32 pm
by Annie the Arrow
David for your info, we have traded as A Piece of History for the last 200 years, seems like that long anyway

Re: Cambridge Living History & Vintage Fair

Posted: Fri Nov 29, 2013 5:59 pm
by david smith
Sorry, Annie - I shall consider myself chastised ;-)

Anyway, the latest news is that Bernie's Wood Green market is now FULLY BOOKED for February.

Best wishes
David

Re: Cambridge Living History & Vintage Fair

Posted: Fri Nov 29, 2013 8:54 pm
by Jackie Phillips
Add two more spelling chastisements to the list if you would....

Cloak'd & Dagger'd

and

Wyte Phantom


Thank you.

Re: Cambridge Living History & Vintage Fair

Posted: Sun Jan 05, 2014 2:55 pm
by Pete the Pong
Hi,
Can anyone tell me if there is going to be a leather supplier at the Cambridge Fayre?
For various reasons I have only been to a few events last year, and I've put the incense side of the business on hold for the moment (although I have still enough stock for demonstrations). My main trade is now the bookbinding (mainly to commission), which obviously uses leather, and I'm running low on basic materials!

Re: Cambridge Living History & Vintage Fair

Posted: Sun Jan 05, 2014 7:30 pm
by Annie the Arrow
Have pm'd you Pete

Re: Cambridge Living History & Vintage Fair

Posted: Wed Jan 08, 2014 7:41 pm
by AndyandHelen
I got emailed about this event by a chap who plays a red electric guitar stood on the top of a palace...methinks he has something to do with the animal sanctuary. (Checked and he does). Now that must count for the strangest email ever received?

Posted: Thu Jan 09, 2014 12:08 am
by Anthony of the MSS
I was at the venue last weekend for an antique fair. Venue is excellent