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   July 2014

  Sunday 6th          No fair

  Sunday 13th      DONCASTER DOME (BIG FAIR) Leisure Park. 70 tables.                 10am  3pm  DN4 7PD

  Saturday 19th     MANCHESTER. Sachas Hotel. Tib Street. Piccadilly. 40 tables                          10am  -  4pm  M4 1SH

  Sunday 20th       SKIPTON Town Hall. High Street. 35 tables. Free Admission                              10am  -  4pm  BD23 1AH

  Sunday 27th      LEEDS. Corn Exchange. Call Lane, city centre. 40 tables.  Free Admission        10am  -  4pm  LS1 7BR 



   August 2014

   Sunday 3rd    CLEETHORPES. Memorial Hall. Grimsby Road. 25 tables. Free Admission              10am  -  3pm   DN35 8AH

   Saturday 9th   SHEFFIELD. The Workstation. Paternoster Row. (off Sheaf St.) 30 tables                  10am  -  4pm  S1 2BX

   Saturday  16th   YORK. City Screen Cinema. Coney Street. (city centre). 25 tables. Free Adm.         10am  -  4pm  YO1 1NQ

   Sunday 17th    No Fair

   Sunday  24th   No Fair 

   Monday 25th   LIVERPOOL.  Holiday Inn. Lime Street. (opp. station). 40T Mathew St. Festival       10am  - 3pm  L1 1NQ

   Saturday 30th  MANCHESTER. Sachas Hotel. Tib Street, Piccadilly.  40 tables                                    10am  -  4pm  M4 1SH

  Sunday 31st  LEEDS. Corn Exchange. Call Lane. city centre. 40 tables. Free Admission                      10am  -  4pm  LS1 7BR



   September 2014 

  Sunday 7th   DONCASTER DOME (BIG FAIR) Leisure Park. 70 tables        10am  -  DN4 7PD

  Saturday 13th   KENDAL Parish Hall. Kirkland. 35 tables  Free Admission                         10am  -  4pm  LA9 5AD

  Sunday 14th    BUXTON Pavilion Gardens. St. Johns Road. 50 tables                                    10am  -  4pm  SK17 6BE

  Sunday 21st   SKIPTON  Town Hall. High Street. 35 tables  Free Admission                         10am  -  4pm  BD23 1AH

  Sunday 28th  LEEDS Corn Exchange. Call Lane. city centre.  40 tables  Free Adm.             10am  -  4pm  LS1 7BR  


  October 2014

  Sunday 5th     CLEETHORPES. Memorial Hall. Grimsby Road. 35 tables Free Adm.       10am  -  3pm  DN35 8AH

  Saturday 11th  MANCHESTER Sachas Hotel. Tib Street, Piccadilly. 40 tables                    10am  -  4pm  M4 1SH

  Sunday 12th    To be arranged

  Saturday 18th  SHEFFIELD. The Workstation. Paternoster Row (off Sheaf St.) 30 tables  10am  -  4pm  S1 2BX

  Sunday 19th    LIVERPOOL. Holiday Inn. Lime Street. (facing Station). 40 tables             10am  -  3pm  L1 1NQ

  Saturday 25th  YORK. City Screen Cinema. Coney Street. city centre. 20T  Free Adm.    10.30am - 4pm YO1 9QL

  Sunday 26th   LEEDS. Corn Exchange. Call Lane. city centre. 40Tables. Free Adm.          10am  -  4pm  LS1 7BR                                   




For further information please phone Bernard on 01457 854851 or email Cliff :



                                                                                  Stall Bookings

    Stalls are available at most of our fairs.  One table costs 40, two tables 65. Three tables 80.  Tel: 01457 854851 to book 

    Rates at Leeds Corn Exchange, Manchester and Free Adm. fairs are higher. (45, 70 and 85). Prepayment required in advance for new dealers.

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Come along to one of our fairs and enjoy a great day out. Meet the sellers face to face and examine the condition of the records   yourself. No mis-described items or long waits for the post to arrive. Haggle to get that bargain and enjoy the buzz and sociability that only meeting like-minded people can bring.


  Adult - 2.00

  Conc. - 1.50 (seniors/students)

Fairs open 10am

Close either 3pm or 4pm

readmission at any time


When the Compact Disc first appeared in the late 1980's it was thought the days of the vinyl record were numbered. Yet amazingly over 20 years on, it is possible that vinyl could well see off the CD. There is no denying that the vast majority of the music buying public switched to the new format. Its undeniable appeal was its ease of use and portability. But there was always something lacking - the detail and warmth in the sound, the artwork and presentation, the pleasure in watching the tone-arm track across the record. Even the odd hiss and crackle added to the authenticity. The younger age group once regarded as the download generation are shunning CD's and have discovered the pleasures of vinyl and record fairs for the first time, being the ideal place to find all genres of music at bargain prices. The record companies that were slow at first to see what was going on under their noses have now started to increase their output of new releases and back catalogue on vinyl. This is a trail that had been blazed by a myriad of small pressing plants all over the world for the format that just refused to go away.

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