New Stallholders Wanted for Christmas Vintage and Makers Fair, The Atkinson

New Stallholders Wanted for Christmas Vintage and Makers Fair

The successful Vintage Fairs at The Atkinson are changing this December to include stalls for local and regional makers.

Pillbox Vintage and The Atkinson are developing the events and want to introduce top quality makers of craft, ceramics, jewellery, homeware and other original work, to feature alongside the vintage stalls as part of their first Christmas Vintage and Makers Fair on Saturday 26 November.

Emma Lloyd, Principal Manager at The Atkinson said:

“The vintage fairs are great and bring lots of people into the venue, but we also have a real passion for supporting makers across lots of different skilled crafts. Our own shop prides itself on showcasing lots of different handmade products that offer not- on- the- high- street- gifts and it seemed a natural progression to open up the vintage fairs to include this fantastic creative industry.”

Pillbox Vintage have been running successful vintage fairs for many years across Merseyside and have become one of the most recognised brands for vintage in the region, she said:

The Atkinson is a beautiful venue for events like this. It offers lots of different spaces for stallholders as well as a chance to see exhibitions, visit the Museum and have lunch in the Bakery (it’s a great day out). Adding makers to the fairs is a natural progression and it will really enhance the customer’s experience.” 

Pillbox Vintage and The Atkinson will continue to deliver 3 busy fairs a year each showcasing the best of vintage, retro and makers work from across the North-West.

A special ‘Crafter noon’ tea will be available for just £10 for 2 people in the Bakery throughout the day.

If you would like a stall at the Christmas Vintage and Makers Fair on Saturday 26 November, please contact:

Pillbox Vintage: enquiries@pillboxvintage.com for Vintage Stalls and hello@theatkinson.co.uk  for a Makers Stall.

The Christmas Vintage and Makers Fair is FREE to enter and takes place on Saturday 26 November from 11am-4pm.