01 June 2012
What better way to celebrate 60 years, than buying some vintage toys? ...
Forget street parties, we reckon one of the best ways to celebrate the Jubilee this bank holiday is to get your hands on some quality vintage toys and, luckily for you, BP Fairs is holding a special celebratory toy fair in Buxton on June 5th.
The popular Buxton Toy Fair returns to the beautiful Pavillion Gardens on Tuesday. Inside there will be 150 stalls packed with toys, trains and models for sale, while outside the picturesque Victorian spa town will be decorated with flags and bunting for the Queen's Diamond Jubilee - making it an ideal place to visit to celebrate this unique occasion.
It's expected the fair will contain the usual mix of model railways in 0, 00 and N gauges, diecast models of cars, lorries, aeroplanes and buses along with Action Man, Star Wars collectables and much more. Doors open at 10.30am and admission is £2.50 for adults, £2 for senior citizens and £1 for children.
Also, the Collectors Gazette is expected to be in attendance too, so if you see us walking around with our video camera make sure you pop and say hello!
For more information, check the BP Fairs website.