Organiser cancels Harrogate September Antiques Fair
02-Jun-10by Annie Byrne
Organisers have cancelled the September edition of the Pavilions of Harrogate Antiques and Fine Art Fair.Having recently acquired the show from Essex-based organiser Robert Bailey, Cooper Fairs has announced it will cancel the show scheduled to take place from 10 to 12 September, instead launching its first edition in December.Duncan Phillips, a spokesman for the show, says: “Because Cooper Fairs have just acquired this fair we have decided to launch it properly in December.”While Bailey will organise the upcoming June edition, Cooper Fairs will take over all editions of the show thereafter.Cooper Fairs also recently acquired the Buxton Antiques Fair and the Tatton Park Antiques Fair.
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