Antique Centres and Fairs
Major well established fair with unlimited stalls in Marquees located outside. It is found in the grounds of Kedleston Hall. It has an excellent on site catering and ample free parking.
Fri : 8am-5pm
Sat-Sun : 9am-5pm
Fri 8am-12noon : £7
Fri 12noon-5pm : £5
Sat, Sun 9am-5pm : £5
It is run by Cooper Fairs and this well-known annual event takes place every May at the famous Pavilion Gardens in the heart of Buxton, the popular spa town and cultural heart of the Peak District. The fair is a major provincial event that has enjoyed a high status since its inception forty-five years ago.
It is a quality Antique & Collectors' Fair in the magnificent Victorian Octagon at the Pavilion Gardens, Buxton. It has been established for 34 years.
It is open to
Stallholders from 8am
The public from 9am to 4.30pm
Accompanied children free
Trade admitted free
Bakewell is a busy tourist destination in the Heart of the Peak District National Park, Derbyshire.
At The Showground there is space for over 300 outdoor pitches, plus at the August Fair, a further 60 stands in the carpeted marquee.
It is a family business with records dating back to 1939 and founded by Alan Ogden Snodin, who specialised in Arms and Armour trading from Dublin Ireland, Brampton, Matlock Green and Cromford Derbyshire. The man who runs it worked with his father up to the early 1970's, which gave him some knowledge of the antiques trade in which he discovered his loved of early oak furniture. When his father retired he set up his own business specialising in 17th cent English Oak furniture, carvings, metalware and pewter, trading from Matlock, Bakewell and now Ashbourne, Derbyshire.
Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday : 10am - 4pm,
Monday and Sunday : Closed