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Newark International Antique & Collectors' Fair
Tel: +44(0)1636 702326
2014 Dates: 6 & 7 February; 3 & 4 April; 5 & 6 June; 14 & 15 August; 9 & 10 October and 4 & 5 December
The Newark International Antiques and Collectors Fair is the largest event of its kind in Europe – a world-wide phenomenon, this is one IACF event that needs to be experienced to be believed!
Held at the Newark and Nottinghamshire Showground on an enormous 84 acre site, up to 2,500 stands attract thousands of dealers and buyers from around the globe every other month.
Only two hours from London by road, 90 minutes by rail and with East Midlands Airport less than an hour away, this is one of the most easily accessible of UK antique fairs.
With its vast number of stands, choice of product is never an issue – there is quite possibly every item you could imagine! From chandeliers and rugs, to sports memorabilia and paintings, not to mention the finest of antique furniture – the possibilities are endless!
Antique fairs can be big and small, but only one can hold the ‘Europe’s largest’ crown – and that’s Newark.
Thursday from 09:00 - 18:00 and Friday from 08:00 - 16:00
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