This Saturday (13th October) get down to York Hall in East London for the first Junior Vintage and Craft Fair. If you’ve been to any of Judy’s Vintage Fairs before you’ll know it’s worth the £2 entry fee (kids go free), and even if you don’t buy anything the cake and tea is worth the trip alone. This is the UK’s first vintage event specifically tailored for kids. Expect anything and everything from prams and toys, comics and cots, parkas to school bags to crafts and blankets. Whether its gifts or outfits, furniture to maternity wear, they promise that all stalls remain affordable (no matter how much pocket money you’re on!).

As well as stalls there will be a kids vintage tea party with healthy snacks and games, a magician, face-painters and balloon artists on stage. Junior’s beauty teams will be on hand, with special prices for mums and daughters wanting to get coiffed in the pop-up vintage salon. With a buggy park, changing station and flexible rules on entry (so you can nip in and out all day!) think pain-free retail therapy without leaving the kids at home.

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