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ANTIQUES & COLLECTABLES FOR EVERYONE

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THE HOLIDAY INN, Norwich Airport
Norwich
Norfolk
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We have moved our Fair to the superb LANCASTER SUITE in the HOLIDAY INN conveniently located & easy to find at NORWICH AIRPORT. Here we will be able to accommodate up to 50 top dealers. All of them will be hand picked. ALL of them will  offer a superb selection of “First Class Antiques & Collectables". This New Fair will quickly establish itself as one of “The Top” Fairs in the East of England”. Whatever you collect or are looking for, you are sure to find something to tempt you, at realistic prices. The Fair offers great opportunities for selling and buying alike. Open from 9am until 3.30pm. Adm. £1.50 (children under 12 Free).

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