Vintage fair in Gravesend pulls in the crowds

Vintage fair in Gravesend pulls in the crowds

The Three Belles singers.

Jasmine Whitsitt, aged 7, and her sister Ella Whitsitt, aged 4, with Danny Broom & Ben Lees.

Jasmine Whitsitt, aged 7, Lucy Wilson of Top Notch Hairdressers in Gravesend and Ella Whitsitt, aged 4.

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A VINTAGE fair held in Gravesend’s historic Old Town Hall pulled in hundreds of visitors.

Stalls selling retro clothing and accessories, a vintage-style tearoom and live entertainment throughout the day pleased crowds.

One of the highlights was a performance from ‘The Three Belles,’ a 1940s-styled trio of girls who performed music taking visitors 70 years back in time.

The girls performed to guests in the tearoom, where home-made cakes and refreshments were served on vintage tea-sets.

Event co-ordinator Claire Brown: “It was jolly good fun, everybody really enjoyed it.

“You had 450 people of all ages there, from children up to people who had been involved in the military.

“The Three Belles were absolutely brilliant, they are the next best thing to the Andrews Sisters.”

A similar event will be held at the Old Town Hall on June 30 – visit monicasvintagefair.com.

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