The Petworth Park Antiques and Fine Art Fair has been rescheduled from May 6, when it would clash with the coronation of King Charles III, to May 19 to 21.
A purpose-built marquee will be set up in the Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown 400-acre deer park belonging to the National Trust’s Petworth House in Petworth to comfortably house the 60-plus exhibitors and catering, with free parking for antiques fair visitors outside.
Organiser Ingrid Nilson, of The Antiques Dealers’ Fair Ltd, said: “Since we started this fair in the grounds of Petworth House in 2015 we have had enormous support from the National Trust, the Petworth Business Association, Petworth Antiques and Decorative Arts Association and local businesses, who really embrace our annual event and influx of visitors.”
The fair will be open 11am to 6pm on May 19, 10.30am to 6pm on May 20 and 10.30am to 5pm on May 21.
For tickets, priced £10 (National Trust members free), visit https://PetworthParkFair.com.eventbrite.co.uk Ticket holders will enjoy free admission to Petworth House.