Hello & welcome to Ruby’s Vintage & Retro Fairs…
Ruby's are fabulous Vintage and Retro Fairs in the South East!
Hello and welcome to Ruby's Vintage & Retro Fair
We run regular fairs in the Old Town Hall in High Wycombe, the White Rock Theatre in Hastings, the Beacon in Wantage, Millets Farm Centre in Frilford, nr Abingdon and now Wokingham.
Each fair is full of vintage, retro & unique object d'art, jewellery, clothing, homeware, vintage and upcycled furniture and everything in between. No two fairs are the same which is why we have such a loyal following of visitors.
You can also sit down for a vintage style tea at our pop-up tea room.
We look forward to seeing you at our future events & do hope that you enjoy the vintage finds & many treasures as much as we do.
2016 FAIRS - new Millets Farm date added!
NEW! Saturday August 6th - Compton Verney Art Gallery & Park, Warwickshire NEW!
Sunday 21 August - the White Rock Theatre, Hastings
Saturday 10 September - the Old Town Hall, High Wycombe
NEW! Saturday 8th October - Millets Farm Centre, Frilford, Nr Abingdon NEW!
Saturday 12 November - the Old Town Hall, High Wycombe
Sunday 27 November - the Beacon, Wantage
Lyn & Alison
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Well, our first open air event wasn’t too bad!
The weather could have been nicer but it could have been a whole lot worse – we’ve been to events where gazebos have had to be literally held down to avoid them blowing away in gale force wind and storms.
Wow – this event has come around really quickly! Ruby’s is going to be part of the Vintage Day at this wonderful venue and we are keeping our fingers crossed for a good day as we are outside in gazebos.
The day dawned bright and sunny with a beautiful vintage car parked outside the Beacon in Wantage to welcome our visitors … but it wasn’t Ruby. Instead Rita the Rover P5 who belongs to Jenny and Steve Storey of Hidden Treasures was stood up as Ruby failed to start despite running like a dream the day before. However, working on the basis that Better Late than Never, she turned up to keep Rita company but missed the pretty Austin A10 which arrived mid morning
Plenty of brave people made it to the Old Town Hall on Saturday 16th April despite the very wintry weather but they were assured of a warm welcome from everyone at Ruby’s.
We had our Ruby Regulars such as Anne Byard of Carnation Collectables with her always popular Ertswilder jewellery as well as hand made circular skirts and matching waistcoats for the chaps, Marie Amor and Pat Chapin with a stall each of sparkly jewellery and other accessories, Sharon Brown with loads of vintage handbags, more fabulous rhinestone jewellery from Marianne at All That Glitters as well as a very fine selection of true vintage dresses from Sue MacGibbon of Paper Petticoats. If that perfect vintage dress was proving elusive, then Frilly Chantilly had modern reproduction vintage dresses in lots of sizes.
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