antiques events specialists Jaguar Fairs have announced an extra date at Wetherby Racecourse this year, bringing the total to eight.
The first of the new year to be held in the series will be at the York Road site on Saturday and Sunday January 28 and 29.
And the organisers say visitors can expect a packed house with exhibitors from throughout the UK.
“This antiques and collectors fair, is popular with Tim Wonnacott and the Bargain Hunt teams of BBC television,” said Ray Terry of Jaguar Fairs.
“We are delighted that our Wetherby Fair is fully booked on a regular basis and the event attracts exhibitors from all over the country.
“We expect around 300 exhibitors to be present and these will be found in the Bramham Hall, Millennium Grandstand along with numerous outside stalls, so there will be plenty to look at including lots of bargains.”
To make sure of first choice, Jaguar Fairs offers early 8am admission on the Saturday for a £4 charge, while from 9am Saturday and Sunday until 5pm each day the entrance is £3. The fair is free to accompanied under 16s.
There will be on-site catering for your enjoyment and free parking.