Teresa Dunne Woven Textiles

Selvedge Spring Fair
Saturday 30 March 11-5PM.

The Tea Room,
The Assembly Rooms,
Bennett Street,
BA1 2QH Website

THE VENUE  A place for the upper echelons of 18th century society, The Assembly Rooms in Bath was home to elite soirees in its day. This was a building of opulence, where guests gathered to drink tea, play cards and to dance the night away with live music. Designed by John Wood, the building was purpose built to indulge the extravagant social lives of the upper classes.

The team behind the cult magazine Selvedge bring a curated collection of fifty merchants and makers to Bath. Our exhibitors sell a range of rare vintage fabrics, covetable haberdashery and skilfully handmade textile treasures. The fair offers the perfect opportunity to meet makers, catch up with old friends and pick up that special something.

Relax with a cup of tea and a delicious lunch in the Assembly Rooms Café.

GETTING THERE The Assembly Rooms are a 20 min walk from Bath Spa station. Parking: the nearest pay and display car park is in Charlotte Street. There is virtually no onstreet parking; park and ride is recommended.

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