The Custard Factory's antique and vintage bazaar seems to grow each time I visit, filling every inch of space with clothes, furniture, collectibles and lots more.
In full flow
Like a lot of things, the bazaar needs to be seen to be believed. It is absolutely full of 'stuff'. Things for the home, things for your wardrobe, things to hang up and admire, as well as consumables. Individually, the last three Bazzar's were great, I attended all three, and each one is different from the last. The amount of people who attend, to the different stall holders makes for an exciting, varied atmosphere. A lot of the stall holders are only there for the one day, so they mean it when they state their 'one day only' sale; they're out for fair trade and are trying to give the customer something which is one of a kind. Take it at face value.
New stall holders such as Liz Hough, from Solihull ,who will be there for the first time with a selection of vintage clothing, hats and ceramics, will be amongst just some of the newbies for are trying their hand at the bazaar.
The November event promises to be a lot cooler than the last not just because of the wares on sale, but there will be vintage treats including the Ready Maids Pop Up Vintage Tea Room and Dean Lucas' real chocolate drinks and goodies.
Nestled in the achingly cool, Custard Factory, and where independent businesses thrive, find the weird and wonderful to satisfy your appetite.