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…is an eclectic Vintage & Craft Fair held ten times a year at venues in South East London and Kent.  For 2020, we will have fairs at the Mick Jagger Centre in Dartford, the King Charles the Martyr Hall in Tunbridge Wells and Manor House in Lee, South East London.  We’ll also be adding to our venues in 2021, with the addition of the Alexandra Suite in Swanley. To receive all the latest news, (ensure you sign up to our newsletter for updates!). 

Our traders sell a range of vintage, retro and craft items, including vintage clothing, accessories & jewellery, interior design, lighting, homewares, kitchenalia, records & prints, upcycled and Midcentury furniture, and handcrafted, knitted & crocheted goods.

Each fair has a cafe supplying tasty cakes & refreshments, a fully licensed bar, plus a vintage makeover artist. Music is featured at our events, including a swing/jazz singer and visitors are encouraged to join in with some dancing, if they feel so inclined!

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Fair Dates for 2020 at a Glance

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Directions to Do You Vintage Venues

Mick Jagger Centre, Shepherds Lane, Dartford, Kent DA1 2JZ

By Bus: Buses that stop nearby: 96, 480 AND 492

By Cycle: Cycle parking bays available on site, at nearby Becket sports centre.

By Train: The Mick Jagger centre is not far from Dartford rail station. Please allow 15 minutes walking time (the section along West Hill is uphill).

From the M25: At Junction 2, take the A2 towards London. Take the first turning onto the A2018 and cross over the A2 towards Dartford. Go straight over the roundabout and straight over the traffic lights into Shepherds Lane. The mick jagger centre is on the left by the Dartford Grammar School. There is limited parking available on site. Please be considerate to local residents when parking.

From London: Take the A2 and turn off at the A2018 towards Dartford. Go straight over the roundabout and straight over the traffic lights into Shepherds Lane. The mick jagger centre is on the left by the Dartford Grammar School. There is limited parking available on site. Please be considerate to local residents when parking.

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By Train: 10-15 min walk from Hither Green, Lee, Blackheath & Lewisham stations.

By Bus: 273 stops on Manor Lane or 122, 178, 261, 321 all stop on Lee High Road

By Car from Kent: A2, A20, or A21 to Lee Green/Lee High Rd
By Car from Central London: head south to Lewisham/ Lee High Rd

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King Charles the Martyr Church Hall 3 Warwick Park Tunbridge Wells TN2 5TA

is in Tunbridge Wells town centre, located at the end of the Pantiles.

By Train: From London: Regular mainline services from London Cannon Street Charing Cross and Blackfriars – approx.. 55 minutes. From Brighton: Regular services changing at St Leonards Warrior Square approx. 2 hours. The church hall is 10 mins walk downhill from Tunbridge Wells Station.

On Foot: From Tunbridge Wells Station – Exit the Station, heading South, turn right onto Vale Road, continue down Vale Road until it merges with London Road, Continue down London Road going past the first roundabout, The Pantiles is straight ahead of you. The church hall is tucked behind the church.

OR Via City Centre – Head South and exit the Station turning left onto Vale Road, Take your first right onto High Street, Continue down High Street until the end taking a right to lead you onto London Road, Once on London Road take a left, The Pantiles is straight ahead of you.

By Bus: Buses 222, 228, 229, 230, 231, 281 & 282 stop outside the Pantiles on London Road.

From London: Line 786 from Cannon Street Station goes directly to the Pantiles and takes approximately 1hr 40 mins. Lines 788 can also be taken from Cannon Street Station to Mount Ephraim Road in Tunbridge Wells (the Pantiles is then a 13 minute walk via London Road)

From Brighton: The Regency Route 28, 29 and 29X go direct from Brighton, Old Steine (Royal Pavilion) Station to the Pantiles and take approximately 1hr 40 mins.

By Car: Enter TN2 5TA into your Sat Nav. Royal Tunbridge Wells is located where the A26 and A21 main roads meet. Both these A-roads run between London and the South Coast.

The area can be accessed from the M20 and M25 motorways too, within 20 minutes by car.

Parking: The Pantiles Car Park on Major Yorks Road TN2 5TP (adjacent to The Common).


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The Alexandra Suite, St Mary’s Road, Swanley, Kent. BR8 7BU

By Bus: Bus 429 stops directly outside, Bus 477 stops near the station in Azalea Drive, Buses 233 & 421 stop in the High St., a short walk away

By Train: Swanley station is 2 minutes walk away, with South Eastern Train Service operating from Ashford to London Victoria.

By Car: Swanley is ideally positioned with a motorway interchange right on the doorstep. Direct access is available to the M25 (Junction 3) and M20 (Junction 1).


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Very much enjoyed our visit today. Great stalls with very friendly sellers. Also loved the Tea, Coffee and Cake.
Great singer, kept us thoroughly entertained. The dancers were brill too. A successful day all round.
Sometimes you source something for a client and you just don’t want to hand it over. You’re secretly hoping they won’t like it so you don’t have to say goodbye. (bought vintage material for a lampshade)
A big THANK YOU to you and your team for a very well organised event. We had a good day and thoroughly enjoyed it.


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