The UK’s largest roaming vintage fair is returning to Manchester this September
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Lou Lou’s Vintage fair is returning to Manchester this month, bringing over 40 stalls of vintage fashion, homeware, collectibles and accessories from 1940s-80s.
The fair coincides with Oxfam’s annual Second Hand September campaign, which aims to get people shopping more sustainably at second hand stores.
This year, the fair will be taking place at Manchester city centre’s Cathedral Gardens, running from 10am-4pm on Saturday, September 16. It costs £3 to enter.
Lou Lou’s Vintage Fair was set up in 2008 and now travels all over the country, including to cities such as Norwich to Newcastle, Birmingham to Dundee. It is the UK’s largest roaming fair and has been named Best Vintage Fair in the UK.
Lou Lou Glover, The Vintage Fair Organsier said: “We’re excited to be coming back to Manchester Cathedral this weekend. We know that the area has a great vintage scene and can’t wait to meet a whole new host of vintage lovers.”
"I think it works because people who love vintage are always looking for something new and unique to add to their wardrobe. What we do is take the best traders in the whole of the UK and put them in one place so you know that if the Vintage Fair is in town you have a one stop shop to get the best Vintage goods and accessories that are on the market at that time.”