Antiques Centres

Antiques Centres is a term applied to large (usually indoor) spaces which host a collection of dealers and antique businesses. They vary in size but tend to have a variety of stalls offering items such as jewellery, furniture, paintings, clothes and silver.


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Field Dog duo’s latest business venture – new antiques centre in former Grantham malthouse

15 August 2016

Charlotte and Frankie Milford, organisers of Field Dog Fairs, have opened an antiques centre in Grantham, Lincolnshire.

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Petworth centre picked up by new owners

28 May 2014

After a period of some 40 years in single ownership, Petworth Antique Centre in the antiques-rich town of Petworth in West Sussex has been bought by an investment company, Palladian Property Investment Limited, based in London.

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RAF base is now a thriving antiques centre

16 May 2014

At the opening ceremony earlier this month of the Guardroom at Hemswell Antiques Centres, the former home of RAF Hemswell, the ribbon was cut by 83-year-old Bill Collard.

£15,000 haul in Harrogate

29 November 2013

Jewellery worth between £10,000 and £15,000 has been stolen from Harrogate Antiques Centre.

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Evicted tenants from Woburn Abbey centre find a new home just up the road

13 November 2013

Dealers given two months to quit a 46-year antique centre tenancy in the grounds of Woburn Abbey are celebrating finding a new home – in the nearby town of Woburn itself.

Woburn Abbey centre to close in September

02 July 2013

Woburn Antiques Centre, at the heart of the Woburn Abbey Estate in Bedfordshire, is to close on September 1.

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Big announcement due on Bermondsey

10 January 2013

A decision is due soon which could prove very significant for the future of Bermondsey Antiques and Vintage Market.

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Masked robbery foiled by Hemswell centre staff

26 November 2012

A gang of robbers wearing ‘Halloween’ type masks and dressed all in black got more than they bargained for when staff at the well-known Hemswell Antiques Centre fought back to foil their raid.

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Sheffield antiques quarter shows signs of revitalisation for retail

22 October 2012

Sheffield Antiques Quarter is planning a November 25 Christmas fair as its official opening, but it has effectively already relaunched.

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Sheffield dealers lead the way in reviving their fortunes

09 July 2012

If the people of Sheffield weren’t aware of the vibrant Antiques Quarter right under their noses, they must be now.

Sheffield trade plan antiques quarter revival

30 April 2012

TRADERS in Sheffield have launched an initiative to promote the city’s antiques quarter that could provide a template for other parts of the country to follow.

Crossrail applies to keep Davies St closed till 2013

12 March 2012

GRAY’S dealers hoping for some let-up in the disruption to the surrounding area have learnt that Crossrail have applied for the continued closure of the street that runs parallel to the central London antiques centre.

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Dealers at Grays fight back over works blight

14 November 2011

HOARDINGS set to block the front entrance of Grays antiques centre in London’s West End for up to three years have already hit trade, say dealers.

Grays hoardings to remain for years

31 October 2011

DEALERS at Grays antiques centre in Central London were left devastated earlier this month at the news that the hoardings for the Crossrail project at Bond Street station are likely to remain in place immediately outside the premises for at least three years.

Parking charges lead to suspension of Park Lane fair

17 October 2011

CHANGES in parking regulations in the West End of London have forced Jenny Glanville of KM Fairs to shelve her monthly antiques fair at the Park Lane Hotel on Piccadilly – the fixture started by her mother Kate Marlowe 35 years ago.

Burglars’ haul from Tetbury centre break-in

12 September 2011

MORE details have come to light regarding the break-in at Long Street Antiques Centre in Tetbury during the early hours of Friday, August 26.

Crossrail answers Grays’ queries – but the further questions remain

15 August 2011

THE Crossrail saga rumbles on for the dealers at Grays antiques centre in Mayfair.

Grays faces worse Crossrail disruption than first expected

13 June 2011

DEALERS at Grays antiques centre have been told that disruption from the next phase of the Crossrail project at Bond Street will last three months longer than previously thought.

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Concern grows over Crossrail disruption

06 June 2011

DEALERS at Grays antiques centre in central London are fearing further damage to business as the massive Crossrail project at Bond Street enters a new stage this summer.

Centre thieves strike as silver price soars

16 May 2011

THE day after bullion prices peaked, thieves broke into an antiques centre in Cardiff and escaped with a haul of antique silver valued at thousands of pounds.

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