Wednesday, 22 March 2017

All Things Miniature at Haddenham

Aylesbury Dolls House Club have taken over the Haddenham Dollshouse exhibition and are calling it All Things Miniature at Haddenham. The miniature theme has been extended and will include other forms of miniature hobbies. 

There is a facebook page :-dollshouseminiaturefairandexhibition so go on and like it.

The charities will remain the same, and the basic format will include some added interests for children and other miniature enthusiasts.

23rd September is the date so look out for further details.

Monday, 27 February 2017

Latest News

As many of you are aware we are not organising another Thame Dollshouse and Miniatures Fair, but all is not lost. Veronica and Andrew Norris of The Little House at the Priory are taking it over.

It will still be the high quality fair you have all come to expect and still have charity status.

We wish them every success with this new venture and hope exhibitors and visitors will also give them your support. 

Sunday, 26 February 2017


The money raised at Thame Dollshouse and Miniatures Fair was £2314.11. A big thank you to everyone who came and supported the event.

What a brilliant display of work was on show by the Exhibitors, we hope you enjoyed it.

Criss Cross Miniatures

Monday, 20 February 2017


Thank you to everyone who contributed to the fair in one way or another. The exhibitors were fantastic. The raffle prizes donated by the exhibitors were outstanding. The volunteers who ran the charity tables were brilliant, cheerful, tireless and with the patience of saints. All in all a thoroughly good fair, supporting and raising money for a good cause.

Tuesday, 14 February 2017


See you all in four days at the Thame Dollshouse & Miniatures Fair

What a brilliant selection of exhibitors.

Doors open to the public at 10.00

A raffle to die for.


Charity sales table.

Tapestry by Hijinx

Saturday, 11 February 2017

Saturday 18th February

It is one week to go to the Thame Fair. I know you may already have it in your diary, but you may know someone who is deciding whether to come or not, give them a nudge.The stand holders we have lined up for you this year are not to be missed. 

The raffle is a miniaturists dream, every prize is a masterpiece.

See you on Saturday. Doors open 10.00.

Raffle Prize donated by Victoria Fasken


Sunday, 5 February 2017


If you have things for the charity sales table, can you please bring them to the fair and someone will take them through to the volunteers to organise. Alternatively you can give us a call 07738 009795 and we will try to organise a collection.

Charity Sales Table

Tuesday, 24 January 2017

Saturday 18th February

Thame Dollshouse & Miniatures Fair is all set.

What a line up of Artisans we have for you, some regulars, some new to the fair, and some starting out.

The last few years have seen a major shift in how miniaturists sell and buy their products.
Fuelled by the internet and the ease with which markets old and new can be accessed has completely changed the old established systems, for better or worse, depending on your point of view. Everyone likes to see what they are buying, but fairs have become the shop window and not necessarily the market place.

To add to this, many miniaturists have reached that mature point in their lives that influences their lives and choices. Also houses have got smaller and space has become a premium. There is a next generation of miniature enthusiasts, but there are probably not as many as there have been. So the worldwide, international internet driven market is the obvious place to move to.

The question that then comes to mind, is if everyone wants fairs to continue, they have to express this by buying and selling at fairs. So come along on the 18th February, bring your friends and family lets keep the hobby healthy.

Malcolms' Miniatures

Wednesday, 4 January 2017

Happy New Year

The line up for Thame Dollshouse & Miniatures Fair is almost complete. What a fantastic mix of established and new exhibitors we have for your enjoyment.

Go on the website to have a look:

 Mill House by Treacle Lane