St Felix School, Southwold

Our first fair of the year is the Southwold Easter Antiques Fair held in the main hall of St. Felix School, This is a very popular fair in this most celebrated Suffolk seaside town. We have about 35 dealers from accross the country specialising in fine jewellery, silver, ceramics, paintings,clocks and furniture from the 18th to the 20th century.

The Southwold Summer Antiques fair also at St Felix is held over the August bank holiday and is now in it’s 15th year. Both the Southwold fairs attract a wide variety of visitors, many from surrounding towns and villages, but also a large number of Londoners many of whom are either second home owners in the area or are staying at the popular holiday cottages along the Suffolk coast. Access to the fair could not be easier with everythng on ground level with free parking for up to 1000 cars right outside the door.

Holkham hall

Holkham Hall

We are delighted to announce that Lomax fairs will again be hosting the Holkham Hall Antiques Fair 16th to 18th October. The fair will be staged in the magnificent Lady Elizabeth Wing which is the new “state of the art” event facility in the heart of the Holkham Hall estate. Approximately 30 of the U.K.’s top dealers will be showcasing a wide variety of the finest antiques found anywhere in the country. There will be antique furniture, silver, jewellery, ceramics, clocks, paintings and so much more.

The Holkham Hall Antiques Fair is a great opprtunity for residents and visitors to this beautiful area of North Norfolk to meet some of the U.K.’s most prominent dealers and hopefully find something special amongst the antiques on offer. The Courtyard Cafe adjacent to the fair is a perfect place to relax and chat.

Free tickets to the fair are available to download on this site, please note these do not cover the small parking charge (£3/car) which gives the whole family access to the grounds of this wonderful stately home which covers over 3000 acres of deer park, lake, forest and conservation area.


Hinchingbrooke House

Hinchingbrooke House in Huntingdon is an historic Tudor country House which in 1538 was gifted by Henry VIII to Richard Cromwell. The fair is held on the ground floor of this imposing manor and consists of a number of large interlinked rooms, the Entrance Hall, the Inner Hall, the Dining Room, the Chapter House, the pedigree room, the Asssembly Room and the Library.  The house is just a mile from the junction of the A1 and the A14 (J22) ideally situated for travel from Cambridge (1/2h), London,(M25 1h)  the Midlands (Birmingham 1.1/2 h) and East Anglia (Ipswich 1.1/2h). for more information just Google “Hinchingbrooke House”

Established over 25 years ago Hinchingbrooke House Antiques Fair has always enjoyed a loyal following of good quality traditional dealers but this past year or so has seen a real resurgence in the demand for space for dealers looking for something a bit special. Since taking over the fair 6 years ago Lomax Fairs have maintained the standard for quality and also made the fair one of the most affordable for dealers who can stand at a “decent traditional fair” for a very affordable price. Hinchingbrooke attracts a number of local dealers as well as many who travel long distances from Yorkshire, Somerset, Bristol , Wiltshire, London etc..  all who have established good business with the regular private visitors to the fair as well as the many trade buyers who come for fresh to the market stock.

This fair is slightly different than our usual in as much as it is not stand fitted. The grand rooms at Hinchingbrooke with their high ceilings, historic features and period furniture provide the perfect setting for a quality fair.

As with all Lomax Fairs the Hinchingbrooke House fairs are extensively advertised and well signposted to attract visitors from across the country . There is space for approximately 35-40 dealers  Admission £3 TFWC. Open 10-4 Sat/Sun