I visited the fair arriving as the stallholders were finalising their displays.
It was a hive of activity with stallholders coming from as far a field as Portsmouth – St Albans – Rochester – and Essex.
The antique fair (on the upper floor) had over 30 stalls - showing a variety of wares including beautiful jewellery – glass – ceramics -silver – and those interesting things we never knew we wanted – but just have to have.
Downstairs was the vintage section – and the moment I walked in I found I couldn’t stop smiling. It was filled with colour and fun. Lots of vintage clothing – fantastic hats from eras when everyone wore a hat, and delightful & fun kitchen and dining items – and more.
Kingfisher Fairs is run by Natasha Kay and Jonathan Eades and their regular fairs at Bourne Hall are certainly worth a visit.