We have a huge range of chairs, tables, sideboards and much more to ensure your Christmas and New Year go off without a hitch.
I'd love to hear about your plans, get in touch - I pride myself in responding quickly to wedding enquiries! The original and best, this vast cavern of a market just seems to keep on going forever, I can’t even imagine what the land must cost (being smack bang in the middle of North Laine). It seems that these shops hunt on customers in packs, since this place is within spitting distance of Snoopers Paradise. Not technically a thrift shop, so a bit of a cheat inserting this but if you’re in the North Laine, it would be rude not to have a peak around this place. Perhaps slightly unknown due to being off the beaten track, Kemptown Flea Market is a bit of a Tardis that is just begging to be browsed in. Again, a little out of the way (but well worth the stroll), Kemptown Trading Post is perfect for those finishing touches around the home. The photograph here was taken in Upper Lewes Road where my family have lived since sometime in the 1920s.
This picture was taken some time in the 1960s and my grandfather Frederick Chapman can be seen standing on the right. Looks like early 1960s judging by the car, nice to see the advert on the left for the old Gaiety Cinema!
The shop was a bookmakers well into the 1980s when it was rented by my then father in law, Dave Bonwick. Yes, I did go to Fairlight Junior School (whisked away from St Martins school in Lewes Road due, my mum felt, to too much religion and not enough learning!) on to Margaret Hardy School in London Road.
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It would help if you could include a bit of information about your wedding including approximate number of photography hours required and the locations. Even if you aren’t looking to buy anything, a Sunday with sketchy weather can be a lot of fun just milling around these places checking out the weird and wonderful items they have on sale. The prices of the items are quite high, in fact they seem to have forgotten that most of their stock is second-hand, but the various stall-holders carry an extremely varied range of items, so if you have a bundle of spare cash it’s well worth a snoop. Ornaments, wall hangings and various miscellaneous nik-naks are the order of the day whilst some vintage clothing rails hide away at the back. At the time this picture was taken the house was owned by Mr & Mrs Eldridge who rented out the shop to to a gentleman who sold second hand furniture and lived in Saltdean.
I remember the corner sweet shop (top of St Paul's Street) where I used to buy me and my mum an ice cream before watching the very first episodes of Coronation Street. Paul's Street (also a one time corner shop at the junction with Park Crescent Road) 1959 - 1971. I lived at 133 Upper Lewes Road from 1950-1961 when I went to sea, my mother Norah Black and sister Veronica lived there until 1968. Neither the service provider nor the domain owner maintain any relationship with the advertisers.
This year why not pop over to our second hand furniture sales Brighton showroom and have your pick of our top quality second hand tables and chairs.

If you’re planning on kitting out your abode with some shabby-chic retro or antique furniture, then this is the place to come.
The Upper Lewes Road corner sweet shop mentioned by Mrs Janet Hunt on this page was owned by a family named Cripps, although for much of the time I lived in the area it was tenanted by a family by the name of Miles. I still have a cabinet from Ray's that my mother bought there, I keep old 78 records in it.
There’s more here than the beach, the shops, the pubs, the parks, the clubs, the shows, the curious residents, etc etc. In case of trademark issues please contact the domain owner directly (contact information can be found in whois).
No longer does Granny need to sit on an upturned milk crate with a cushion on top or the local vicar have to eat his lunch off of a childrens bright pink plastic table. After the second hand furniture shop closed the shop became a betting shop before reverting to a residence somtime in the 1970's. It may also be possible that Janet Pain was in the same class as myself at Fairlight Junior School? Was this at the northern end of the Upper Lewes Road, possibly on the corner with Edinburgh Road?

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