Shop til you drop!

8 Jun 2022

For a relaxed boutique shopping experience set to a backdrop of the stunning Thames-side countryside, don’t miss the Arthur Swallow Fairs Decorative Home & Salvage Show. Held within the Beale Park Estate from 17-19 June, it offers salvage and industrial items, decorative and architectural antiques, period home fixtures and fittings, garden furniture and one-off furniture and homewares.

There is an abundance of space to browse, on-site tea coffee and ice cream vans, food stalls and a licensed bar. The 70+ strong roster of exhibitors who come back year after year to trade alongside those new to the event are a friendly bunch with a great deal of knowledge and an excellent eye for display. With many coming down from the North of England, this is a great way to discover new sellers and pieces which you may otherwise have not found. The great mix of aesthetics, wide variety of items for the home and garden, from brass door knockers to stunning garden statues, and a delightfully relaxed atmosphere come together to inspire and delight all who visit.

Come and pay us a visit after you’ve shopped til you drop!

 

 

For more information please visit Beale Park – Arthur Swallow Fairs (asfairs.com)

 

 

 

 

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