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Capesthorne Hall Antiques & Collectors' Fair

9th July 9am to 4pm

Looking for an interesting day out?

Set within the grounds of the spectacular 18th-Century hall will be a huge range of antiques, collectables, vintage items and artisan food/drink. This could be an opportunity for you to find something perfect to complement your home, collection or wardrobe!

In addition you can visit the award-winning Capesthorne Hall Gardens absolutely free at this event. If you'd like to visit the historic home itself, you'll also get access at the reduced rate of £3 (under 16s free)! Hall opening times are 11am to 3.30pm (last entry 3pm) .

Entry £3, Concessions £2, Under 16s Free

Ample free parking & refreshments available.

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