It was a vin­tage year

Lancashire Life - - EVENTS - PHO­TOG­RA­PHY: Christophe­r Warne

The sixth Vin­tage by the Sea weekend at More­cambe turned out to be the most successful yet with es­ti­mated crowds of 45,000 join­ing in the fun over the two days.

Fes­ti­val founder, Lan­cashire born fash­ion and de­sign guru

Wayne Hem­ing­way, said the weather had helped to bring an ex­cep­tion­ally high vol­ume of vis­i­tors from out­side the re­gion. ‘From traders to lo­cal in­de­pen­dent busi­nesses to the Mid­land Ho­tel, ev­ery­one keeps telling us it was the biggest Vin­tage by the Sea yet,’ he said.


Robert Traynor, Tony and Donna Mar­shall, Philom­ena and Ivor Knight, from Pre­ston

Morag and Jean Mcpher­son raise a laugh as tea ladies

Han­nah O’kelly keeps cool with her fan

Sarah Pea­cock with her niece, Amelia Lud­low, of Heysham

Jenny Maud­s­ley, vin­tage singer Hat­tie-bee, and Karen Har­vey

Ian Thomp­son, from Carn­forth, in his 1935 As­ton Martin

Les­ley Hamp­son ar­rives in style

Twin sis­ters Susie and Kitty Ford

Paul Sen­nant and Julie Hol­royd

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