Poole Goes Vintage makes final preparations

July 12, 2018 by  

This year’s edition of the Poole Goes Vintage (PGV) event is undergoing its final preparations ahead of the weekend.

The PGV event is happening for the fourth time, and this year’s edition is the result of cooperation between Real Vintage, an events specialist, and Poole Tourism. Retro chic and glamour should brighten up the occasion. Events like this can use poster printing from Poole to generate a special atmosphere.

Over 30 traders will bring something distinctive to PGV. A music zone and a military area will be features of the quay-based fun. Soul music, swing and rock should keep the crowds entertained, while a variety of DJs will ensure that most people will hear something which they appreciate. Those interested in fashion should be able to see fine examples of clothing from the 1940s and the 1950s. Stylish frocks and smart suits could catch the eye of consumers with taste.

Graham Richardson is the liaison manager for Bournemouth & Poole Tourism. He told the Bournemouth Daily Echo:

“We are thrilled to be welcoming the hugely popular Poole Goes Vintage for another year. This is a fantastic event full of energy and brings a huge range of vintage loving people far and wide.”

Richardson thinks that PGV fits well with the series of events hosted in the area. The programme includes lots of free experiences. He thanked everyone who has helped to prepare PGV.