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VE Vintage Fesival is victory for all

Evesham Editorial 11th May, 2015 Updated: 20th Oct, 2016   0

EVESHAM’s annual VE Vintage Festival has been hailed another huge success after it attracted thousands of visitors to the town.

Following its first event held in 2013, the festival has gone from strength to strength and once again saw people dress up in 1940s and 1950s style clothes.

The festival, which took place on Sunday (May 3) and Bank Holiday Monday (May 4), was held in the run up to VE (Victory In Europe) Day which is celebrated today (Friday).

Vintage stalls were set up around the town centre with classic cars from the era on display. There was also hairdressing booths so people could have their haircut in the style from that period of time.

There was also live music and other vintage inspired items on offer.

Brett Pillinger in his 1922 Model T Hotrod. 1915012ABR7

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40’s singer Pete Wayre. 1915012ABR4 Order this picture at

Kitten Von Mew performing on stage 1915012ABR1 Order this picture at

Andrew Muller from Something Vintage. 1915012ABR2 Order this picture at

A busy market square during the festival. 1915012ABR8 Order this picture at

Vintage festival organiser Lizzie Taylor-Smith. 1915012ABR5 Order this picture at

Vehicle owner Brett Pillinger, Vintage festival organiser Lizzie Taylor-Smith and her husband Asa Taylor-Smith on a 1947 Studebaker. 1915012ABR6 Order this picture at


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