Cambridge History Fair, Godmanchester, Oct 18th & 19th

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Cambridge History Fair, Godmanchester, Oct 18th & 19th

Postby david smith » Sat Aug 23, 2014 4:07 pm

I'm giving Bernie The Bolt a hand to run this again, following the success in February. We can fit a few more traders in, because we now know the venue a bit better :-) Camping is available, as is a meal / party on the Saturday night, must be pre-booked. Details on the Booking Form. 3m by 3m pitch is just £50, other pitch sizes possible at £6 a sq metre. You need to provide your own tables and chairs.

Traders confirmed so far:
A Piece Of History
Aaaargh! Armouries
ABCD Historical Books /Andrew Bamford
Alison & Hugh's Handmade Things
Ancient Battle Crafts
Annotts Pots
Arbalist Armoury
Back In The Day - Kata & Rogan
Bernie The Bolt
Bodgers Pottery
Bounty of Midgard - John Game
Candles For All Ages,
Celtic Moon - Jude & Tony
Chad
Cloak'd & Dagger'd / Wyte Phantom
Copper Pot
Crusade - Tony Linthwaite
Dave The Moneyer
Derbyshire Arms
Dilligaf - Brian Tassinari
Douggie The Wood/ Helen Smith
Druid
Farthingale Historical Hats
Foxblade Trading
Gallowglass
Gordy
Hair Story
House of Freyja - Tony & Elaine
Jack Greene
Laurie Wignall
Lucy The Tudor
Mike The Hat
Moments In Time
Natural Spa Supplies.
Needwood Tree
Noctule
NP Historic Shoes
Phil Wyre
Pinchmill Leathers
Prior Attire
Radbourn Designs
RATS - R W Simmonds
Reddog Forge
Roo The Leathercarver - Martyn Walkden
Roving Apothecary
Sally Pointer
Spellbound Supplies
Spirit of The Fens
Time Warrior - Viking John
Uwe Schneevoight - Lixa Bellum
Vectis Arms - Sue Fever, Ed Nash
Viking Crafts
Vintiquita

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Re: Cambridge History Fair, Godmanchester, Oct 18th & 19th

Postby Tod » Mon Sep 01, 2014 1:28 pm

Just to confirm, we have to bring our own furniture? I know last time there was a ton of tables and some traders turned up with out booking them (they were free I think) but used the ones supplied anyway.



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Re: Cambridge History Fair, Godmanchester, Oct 18th & 19th

Postby Strickland » Mon Sep 01, 2014 2:29 pm

Whats the postcode again for this please for satty nav purposes!!

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Re: Cambridge History Fair, Godmanchester, Oct 18th & 19th

Postby Tod » Thu Sep 18, 2014 12:03 pm

I've been in touch with the floor manager for the Wood Green market and table and chairs should be available for traders to use. I would expect it to be first come first serve.



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Re: Cambridge History Fair, Godmanchester, Oct 18th & 19th

Postby david smith » Thu Sep 18, 2014 7:02 pm

Postcode is PE29 2NH

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Re: Cambridge History Fair, Godmanchester, Oct 18th & 19th

Postby davetmoneyer » Thu Sep 18, 2014 7:18 pm

aim for huntingdon on the A14 and then set sights on the big wind turbine


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