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14th Norwich Vintage & Modern Toy Fair on Sunday 23rd June 2019
Once again at our regular venue, the Norwich Toy Fair will return to Hellesdon Community Centre on Sunday June 23rd from 9.30am!
There are around 50 sale tables, featuring hundreds on bargains, rare toys and collectibles you would never find in a store. The Fair specialises in character toys from movies, TV shows and comics, as well as retro video games and more. Star Wars, Transformers, Walking Dead, Pop Vinyls, Predator, Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter, Pokemon, Walking Dead, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Nintendo, Nerf, Lego and more are all featured heavily at the fair! But the fair attracts all kind of dealers so lots of surprises to be found!
But toy bargains is not everything, we have the famous Admiral Snackbar Cafe, offering cheap refreshments and home made cakes, tombola and more fun things!
There is free parking,(busiest car park time is between 9.00 and 11.00) and various entry prices, see below:-
9.30am EARLY BIRD - £5 Adult / £1 Child
10.30am STANDARD - £2 Adult / FREE Child
12pm LATE ENTRY - FREE to Everyone!
This breakdown gives each kind of collector/attendee a different option of when they need to arrive and pay to enter. The early bird is for collectors who don't want to miss a bargain and avoid the crowds from the later entry. Standard entry gives a lot cheaper entry for everyone but still an early look around. Then for those who just want to see what the fuss is about, or are not sure if their holy grail will be about, it is free to enter after 12pm. The event closes at 3pm but expect some sellers to be packing up before this.
Sales tables available from £30.
See you all soon.
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