Mayor of Solihull, Councillor Glenis Slater officially opened the event, at the Cranmore Park Exhibition Centre in Shirley on Saturday 2nd April, while singing group Vintage Class entertained punters with performances of classic songs from the 1940s and 1950s.
The exhibition saw more than 1,000 lovers of vintage, antique and retro goods flock to the venue, which has been branded a ‘resounding success’ by the organisers.
Organiser Helen Martin, director at B2B events, said: “We are incredibly delighted with how the first Cranmore Park Vintage & Antiques Fair went.
“We had a constant flow of visitors throughout the day and a fantastic group of exhibitors.
“Buyers could take their pick from jewellery, vintage clothing, vinyl, quality antiques, ceramics, retro furniture and much more.”
The Cranmore Park Vintage & Antiques Fair will return to the venue on Saturday, July 9 from 10am.
Pre-purchase tickets are available online at www.tickettext.co.uk, though tickets are also available on the door.
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