Old-style fashion, traditional cookery, classic motors, wartime tunes and countryside pursuits from a bygone age – the fascination with all things vintage is very definitely in vogue at the moment, and fast-gathering momentum to boot!
A flavour of nostalgia has always been a part of the Malvern Autumn Show (29 – 30 September), with its displays of early twentieth century caravans and cars, fine old specimens of agricultural and horticultural machines, and demonstrations of bygone skills and pursuits, but the 2012 event is really going to town with a brand new Vintage Village!
Alongside the trusty old tractors, steam engines and cider-making machines, the beautifully-oiled lawnmowers and 1920’s caravans, and the exquisite Bentleys, Wolseleys and Jaguars, will be a whole host of other attractions for an authentic trip down Memory Lane.
|A replica wartime pub will be a part of the vintage scene (courtesy 2ndbtnglosters) - |
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(photo copyright 2ndbtnglosters)
Top of the entertainment bill is singing starlet, Miss Cherry Bomb – otherwise known as the little redhead with the big voice. Cherry is a 40’s character singer who popped onto the vintage party scene last year and has been wowing audiences all over the country ever since with her powerful renditions of classic show tunes.
She will be joined by fabulous 1940s – 1960s trio, The Spinettes, who will be on stage in the Café Plaza performing fondly-remembered numbers like Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy and Get Happy.
Shopping, of course, has been a popular pastime through the ages, and the Vintage Village would not be complete without the Vintage Pavilion, with quality stands selling everything from Victorian clothing and jewellery to shabby chic furniture, old-fashioned sweets and delicate china.
The Malvern Autumn Show is organised by the Three Counties Agricultural Society and takes place at the Three Counties Showground, in Malvern, Worcestershire next weekend (29-30 September).
|Vintage nostalgia alongside an 'edible garden' (image copyright TCAS)|
Tickets are available on the Hotline 01684 584924 or via the website.