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 Beacon in Wantage, Millets Farm Centre in Frilford, nr Abingdon and now Wokingham and Warwickshire.
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.

2017 dates so far
Saturday 25th March - OLA, Our Lady's Abingdon school, Radley Rd, Abingdon OX14 3PS
Sunday7 May - ABF charity military bike ride, Hungerford
Sunday 18 June - Sandhurst Military College Heritage Open Day
Saturday 8th/Sunday 9th July - Millets Farm Centre, nr Abingdon
More dates and venues to follow

We also specialise in bringing a Vintage Village to your event - you organise the event, we'll bring the "vintage vibe" Examples of this are Holme Grange Craft Village in Wokingham and Sandhurst Military College in Camberley. Contact us now to find out more

Lyn & Alison

Please note that we have turned off the comments function and also the Booking a Stall page due to the amount of spam. We hope to get these up and running again soon.

If you wish to book a stall with us or contact us about any event, please email rubysvintage@hotmail.co.uk


A Sad Goodbye to Hastings


We are extremely sad to be writing this post but Ruby’s won’t be back at the White Rock Theatre in Hastings this August. Whilst we’ve had a blast over the past couple of years in this great little town which is full of vintage and quirkiness, and we’ve enjoyed working with the local vendors and the team at the White Rock, the fact that we were only able to manage 10 stallholders back in August means that there was a lot of disappointment all round. 

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Happy New Year!

Lyn and Alison would like to wish you all a very Happy New Year, and to thank you for visiting one of our Fairs, being one of our stallholders, helping as venue staff on the day or just reading our website.  We truly appreciate each of you helping us to run this amazing little enterprise which has grown out of all proportion over the last 6.5 years!

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Life in Vintage # 12 – How to organise the “Perfect Event”

Strictly tongue in cheek  and for amusement you understand!

Things we have learnt from over 5 years of organising vintage fairs.

The Perfect Venue

townhall

The room should not be too big and cavernous so there is no atmosphere and there is metaphorical  tumbleweed rolling by during the lunchtime lull.  Neither should it have too many rooms as despite numerous signs, visitors will not be able to find them all.  It should not be in the middle of the town as there is too much else going on, neither should it be too far out of town for people to find.

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We would love to hear from you!

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or you can always email us on rubysvintage@hotmail.co.uk