The Sheffield does vintage fair is back in Sheffield on Saturday 10th May. The event will be hosted at The Cutlers’ Hall on Church Street, which will contain rails of vintage clothing, jewellery and accessories. Doors will be open 10.30 – 16.30 with an entry fee of £1.
Stall holders are hand picked traders with years of experience under their belts. As well as vintage clothing, the event will include a vintage tea room, vintage inspired workshops and a pop up beauty parlour, which will include old school heated rollers. Live music will also be played by Harmony Handsworth amongst others.
For students with a low budget who love fashion, there are promised to be cheap one off finds amongst the rails. Liv Grady, a journalism student at Sheffield Hallam will be attending the event on Saturday, she said: “I love vintage clothing, it is affordable and because it’s vintage it means no one else will have it. I’m always attending vintage events and this one is the best by far.”
The event is hosted by Britain does vintage and travels around the country to different cities. Organisers are excited to be back in the steel city. Sam Agnew, an organiser from Britain does Vintage said, “We are delighted to be returning to Sheffield, The Cutlers’ Hall is a spectacular building steeped in history.”
Those who want to attend can either pay on the door or register early at http://www.britaindoesvintage.co.uk/sheffield-vintage-fair/ you can also get more information and keep check on other Britain does vintage fairs around the country.