Beaumaris Antique and Collectors' Fair

by Paul Jones
(Neston, Cheshire)

Hi Wil,


Would you be so kind as to add my antiques fair to your website?

It's held at the Canolfan Beaumaris Leisure Centre on the third Sunday of every month.

Here is the write-up, if you need it:

Beaumaris Antique and Collectors' fair, held at the Canolfan Beaumaris Leisure Centre,on the Isle of Anglesey, on the third Sunday of every month.

Offers a wide variety of items including jewellery, vintage, advertising, pictures, ceramics, coins, medals, militaria, glass and other collectables.

Doors: Trade 8.30-9.30 FWC,public 9.30-4pm £1 adults, children go free.

For information/ booking please contact Paul on 0151 3455279, 07516 277794 or Merfyn on 01248 811598

I look forward to hearing from you, please email on morganfairs@hotmail.com to let me know!

My kindest regards,

Paul Jones

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Beaumaris woollen blanket stall
by: William

Dear Friends

Can any one help?

Regards from a blustery Anglesey.

William Gerwyn

Dec 20, 2018
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Fantastic!
by: Anonymous

Stayed at the HPB in Beaumaris and happened to come across this fair. Quality items and very good prices. Bought far too many wonderful things, especially the wool blankets. It was such a find no what the weather is doing as it is held indoors! A real treat.

P.S. Please could you give me the contact for the woollen blanket stall?

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