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Norwich Original Fleamarket

An event in November in Norfolk
St Andrew's and Blackfriars' Halls
Norwich
Norfolk
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Event timing: Mid November
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The fabulous Norwich Fleamarket - the city's favourite fair.
Antiques. Collectables. Vintage. Retro.
Voted "Best Vintage Fair" 2013 in Vintage Norwich Awards

The award-winning Norwich Fleamarket has been held at the historic St. Andrew's Halls since 1975 and is bigger and better than ever. Dealers from all over East Anglia and beyond offer over 100 stalls of badges, books, breweriana, buttons, cigarette cards, coins, ceramics, clocks, dolls, ephemera, fabrics, furniture, frames, games, glass, jewellery, kitchenalia, lace, linens, medals, memorabilia, metalware, militaria, mirrors, photographs, pictures, postcards, prints, railwayana, silver, stamps, teddy bears, tools, toys, treen, vintage clothes and accessories, vinyl records, watches and so much more.

We support a different local charity at each fair.

St. Andrew's and Blackfriars‚ Halls, St. Andrew's Street, Norwich NR3 1AU

8.30 - 9.30 £4 * 9.30 - 4.30 £2 * under 18s free

Tel: 01603 630763

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