Fairs

We will be attending the following fairs and taking good stocks. If there is anything specific you would like us to bring along please let us know:

​​​​​​​Saturday 6th April 2019 NEW BRIGHTON Flower Pavilion, Wirrel CH45 2JS (Opposite the Lighthouse)
Saturday 27th April 2019 CHESTER Northgate Arena Leisure Centre CH2 2AU (Parking at Rear)

Saturday 4th May 2019 LIVERPOOL St Georges Hall L1 1JJ (Opposite Liverpool Lime Street Train Station)
Saturday 25th May 2019 CHESTER Northgate Arena Leisure Centre CH2 2AU (Parking at Rear)

Saturday 8th June 2019 NEW BRIGHTON Flower Pavilion, Wirrel CH45 2JS (Opposite the Lighthouse)
Saturday 29th June 2019 CHESTER Northgate Arena Leisure Centre CH2 2AU (Parking at Rear)

Saturday 27th July 2019 CHESTER Northgate Arena Leisure Centre CH2 2AU (Parking at Rear)

Saturday 31st August 2019 CHESTER Northgate Arena Leisure Centre CH2 2AU (Parking at Rear)

Saturday 7th September 2019 LIVERPOOL St Georges Hall L1 1JJ (Opposite Liverpool Lime Street Train Station)
Saturday 28th September 2019 CHESTER Northgate Arena Leisure Centre CH2 2AU (Parking at Rear)

Saturday 5th October NEW BRIGHTON Flower Pavilion, Wirrel CH45 2JS (Opposite the Lighthouse)
Saturday 26th October 2019 CHESTER Northgate Arena Leisure Centre CH2 2AU (Parking at Rear)

Saturday 2nd November 2019 LIVERPOOL St Georges Hall L1 1JJ (Opposite Liverpool Lime Street Train Station)
Saturday 30th November 2019 CHESTER Northgate Arena Leisure Centre CH2 2AU (Parking at Rear)

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Saturday 7th December 2019 NEW BRIGHTON Flower Pavilion, Wirrel CH45 2JS (Opposite the Lighthouse)​​​​​​​


Valuations

FAIR, FREE AND HONEST

We will value any items you bring to the fairs free of charge and with no obligation to sell to us. Our valuations are fair, free and honest. If you wish to sell to us on the day or at a later date our valuation is good for six months.

We can also discuss placing your material in one of our postal/online auctions for direct sale to collectors and we only charge 15% sellers commission.

If you are unable to attend the fairs please write or contact us to arrange a no obligation free valuation of your material.

We strive to offer excellent customer service, if we don't please tell us and we will put it right.


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St Georges Hall Liverpool

St Georges Hall, Liverpool

Described by Queen Victoria as a building ‘worthy of ancient Athens’, the neo-classical St George’s Hall, Liverpool, is the epitome of Grecian grandeur. But the façade isn’t its only claim to fame. The building also hosted Charles Dickens’ world premiere reading of  A Christmas Carol in 1866.

Flower Pavillion

The Flower Pavillion, New Brighton

In its hey day New Brighton was the accepted rendezvous for theatre goers and with seven theatres, was rich in live entertainment. From the 1890s to the outbreak of World War Two and shortly afterwards, hundreds of top stars trod the boards and enthusiastic audiences filled the seats of The Tivoli, Winter Gardens, Tower Theatre, Pier Pavilion, Palace Theatre and the Victoria Gardens Pavilion. Over the years these wonderful theatres, one by one, shut their doors. In 2006 the Floral was facing a similar fate.

Many famous artists have appeared at the theatre, including: Ken Dodd, Sir Harry Seacombe, Max Bygraves, George Melly, Tommy Cooper, Sir Norman Wisdom, Matt Munro, Tommy Trinder, Diana Dors, Frankie Howerd, Cilla Black and Petula Clark, as well as international stars such as Jack Jones, Howard Keel, Ben E King and Geno Washington.

Determined to 'keep the dream alive', the theatre management embarked on an ambitious development campaign that has revived this majestic venue to her former glory. Though she may look different to when she opened her doors in 1913, the magic and charm that has prevailed over nearly a century is evident as you walk through the new doors. Rebuilt in 2008 as part of an exciting regeneration programme for 'Brand New Brighton', the Floral is living proof of the power of live entertainment in uniting communities through culture.