Enjoy a visit to Retro Village to create a perfect retro outfit or classic vintage look, from shoes, bags and hats to dresses, jackets, and accessories. Alongside the clothing rails are lovingly reclaimed furnishings, kitchenalia, advertisement signs, curios and many more unique pieces. What’s more, each month Retro Village is different in the goods that are sold – come along and find out which treasures are waiting to be found.
To apply for a stall or enquire about this hub, please visit this page
Rosebery’s have generously let the Retro Village fill their forecourt. Rosebery’s is South London’s fine art and antique auction house. Auctions are held monthly, featuring decorative arts; ceramics and glass; silver/silver plate; jewellery; paintings, watercolours and prints; toys and collectors items; works of art and furniture, modern design and rugs. For more information visit www.roseberys.co.uk.
If on a Feast day you go to Retro and it’s not in its usual place, don’t panic – Retro will just be at the Family Hub! (sometimes Rosebery’s has an auction on a Feast day and needs its car park back)
A selection of the traders you might find at this hub, please contact them through their page to confirm attendance
Having a right royal knees up for Prince Hal and his Meg? Then come and pick a tea caddie or kitch brooch to wear or some cutlery and crockery for your Garden Party! There are invites, postcards or goodie bags from 1953 and 1977, and even a medal or two from more than 100 years of royal history to crown it all. There won’t be a dry eye in the house, so grab a right regal hankie or a Queenie headscarf for Mum.
Antique/vintage wooden letterpress letter printing blocks in a variety of sizes and fonts, miscellaneous vintage homewares, clothes, toys and small furniture, plus some fairtrade jewellery. In 2018, Clare is fundraising raising money for running activities with the Dunkirk refugee women’s centre and the Calais School Bus Project as well as Refugee Community Kitchen (where she regularly volunteers).