After three months of searching far and wide and negotiating for new premises - a group of over 30 antique dealers have found a new home in Woburn.
The business says this has only been possible from the dedicated hard work and commitment by Anna Maggs of Yew Tree Antiques and her team.
The antique dealer were previously running the newly-closed Antique Centre at Woburn Abbey
The 31 dealers, including John Bly who is best known for his appearances on the BBC’s Antiques Roadshow, Anna Maggs, Tim Wharton, Fantiques and many others, have formed The Antiques Association.
They have now moved into Market Place in Woburn.
The new centre will officially open tomorrow from 10am. There will be wine and juice of offer to customers all day to celebrate its launch.
The Antiques Association offer a great opportunity to see a large selection of antiques, both big and small, with many being fresh to the market in Woburn.
There are many display cabinets filled with a wide variety of antique items and prices to suit every pocket. The dealers will greet and welcome all customers.