About the Vintage Nostalgia Show

To be held from,
Friday 30th May to Sunday 1st June, 2014.

Why not submerge yourself in yester year, live life through "rose tinted glasses" for the weekend. Enjoy a few beers with good friends, take a step back in time relax and unwind. Enjoy a family event with all that is old and interesting from rusty autojumble bits, old fashions, over 100 vintage stands, classic cars, traditional childrens activities, live music and more! Set in the beautiful surroundings of the Wylye Valley an area of outstanding natural beauty. Step out of the "now" and enter the grace and charm of era's gone by. Dig out the old bell tent from the loft and come along! You are all welcome. Bring your old ridge tent, teepee, yurt, vintage caravan, classic car, vintage motorbike, steam engine, tractor, push bike. Whatever your interest come and celebrate with us. Go on put on your dancin shoes or best vintage frock, come and join us in 2014!

- Russ Topham - RMJ Top Events     

Sat Nav Longitude and Latitude Co-ordinates:

-2.048016 (LONG) // 51.149264 (LAT)

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To double check the event is taking place before setting off (advisable) or for further information please contact the organisers not us! on the contact details below.

Vintage Nostalgia Show Contact Details

  • Contact Name: Russ Topham
  • Organisation: RMJ Top Events
  • Address: Stockton Park, Stockton, Sherrington, Wiltshire.
  • Postcode: BA12 0SP
  • Phone: 01985 850 970
  • URL: http://www.vintagenostalgiashow.co.uk/#/location-accom/4556963801


Within a radius of 14 miles:

#6.8 miles   BumpersPlus
#9.7 miles   Langfords

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April's Historic West Country

Somerset Civil War April 1645, The Royalist capture Taunton Town but are unable to capture the Castle. Earlier in 1634 Somerset had resisted Ship money to King Charles I. Archive WESTCOUNTRYAUTOJUMBLE.CO.UK