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Worth The Weight Vintage Kilo Sale

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Look out Bradford! We're coming your way with the biggest vintage sale you've ever seen! Grab a bag on your way in and pick & mix your vintage clothing, all for £15 a kilo!

★OUR STOCK★ We bring 7 tonnes of handpicked vintage stock to our events for you to have a rummage through. Pick & Mix Mens & Womens vintage clothing from the 60s-90s, including all of your favourite branded names! Changing rooms on site so you can try before you buy.

★STOCK IS REPLENISHED ALL DAY SO OUR RAILS WILL ALWAYS BE FULL AND FRESH, NO MATTER WHAT TIME YOU COME★

★WHAT CAN YOU GET FOR A KILO★ There’s no minimum or maximum spend at our events so you can pick as little or as much as you want. Items start at 75p. We've got some great examples on our page.

★HEAVY ITEMS★ Things like coats are capped at £15. If you find any item weighing 1 kilo or more you will only pay a maximum of £15 for that item.

★PAYMENT★ Once you've bagged your vintage haul, head over to our weighing stations where our friendly team will tell you what you've spent. Cash and Cards accepted.

★FANCY A JOB?★ We’re always looking for on day event staff so if you’d like to join the team drop us a line on STAFF@worththeweightvintage.com

This event is hosted by Bradford Cathedral

Bradford's beautiful cathedral is a hidden jewel waiting to be discovered with its peaceful setting in tranquil gardens where once battle raged.

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