AN award winning vintage fair is returning to Swindon’s Steam museum this month.

Lou Lou’s Vintage Fair will be showcasing collectable clothing on November 18.

There will be items from every era from the 1940s to the 1980s, including, accessories, craft, homeware and collectables.

Lou Lou Glover, founder of the event, said: “This is the perfect time for vintage-lovers to stock up their winter wardrobes the vintage way with loads of unique, affordable pieces.”

“What we do best is select some of the best traders, who travel from all over the UK specifically for this event and put them all under one roof, which makes the fair a one stop shop for all the best vintage goods that are available on the market at this time.”

The entrepreneur set up the fair in 2008, and now travels to over 50 towns and cities across the country, with up to four events every weekend.

Her shopping event has won the award for Best Vintage Fair in the UK at the National Vintage Awards for the last three years.

Among the entertainment on offer as customers take a look around is live music, a pop-up beauty salon offering vintage- style makeovers and a tea party serving homemade cakes and hot drinks from antique china.

Doors will open at 10am and the event runs until 4pm.

Entry costs £2.50 for adults and is free for children under 12.