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We specialise in creating beautiful items full of charm and nostalgia for weddings, tea parties, showers and other celebrations.

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Thursday, 15 July 2010

Remember the 1940's with Meltham..

If you love all things nostalgic and beautiful just like us Vintage Twee girls, then you can’t afford to miss the fantastic “Meltham Memories” 1940’s event this weekend, Sat 17th and Sun 18th July at Meltham, Huddersfield. Situated in the historical county of Yorkshire, this incredible event will have you blinking back 70 years in a heartbeat. Think vintage vehicles, parades, performers, dancing and a huge sense of community spirit. This year they also have a vintage fair in the Town Hall, selling all manner of hats, shoes, uniforms and jewellery. And guess what….? In the Vintage Tea Room you’ll find Joanne, displaying and selling the latest and greatest products from Vintage Twee! This includes our current top selling item, the cute and unique Party Picks! From 10am-4pm, come along and we’ll raise a mug to the live music from up and coming star Natasha Harper, daughter of the famous Paul Harper. If some reason none of the above convinced you to swing by, then how about getting your hair and make up done vintage style? Bethany Davies will be on hand to give you that 40’s starlet look and in case you want to remember it forever, there will be a professional photographer present so you can get your portrait done!

Picture courtesy of Haworth Vintage Fairs

Almost time to go, but if you haven’t yet ordered your copy of Vintage Life.. don’t delay! We received our copies yesterday, turned straight to page 44 and there we are! The column looks great, big thank you to Vintage Life Magazine for the opportunity.

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