AN “EXCITING” new venture by the organisers of Kiki and Honey’s popular vintage and retro fair will see vinyl return to Stourbridge next weekend.

Kiki is teaming up with Henry Ratcliffe, a record enthusiast and collector, to bring the town a new record fair on Saturday, March 14.

The historic Talbot Hotel in the heart of the town centre will be the venue where several traders will have rare, interesting and classic vinyl records for sale.

Visitors will also be able to get their hands on a multitude of music memorabilia including programmes, books, magazines and clothing.

The fair will be a spin-off of the bi monthly vintage and retro event, which started up at St Thomas’ Church Hall in November 2013.

Kiki said: “The retro fair was an instant success and we were invited to do our own section at the Stourbridge Carnival in July with us organising a ‘Vintage Village’ along the Lower High Street which was wonderful.

“We average 500 to 600 people at each fair and have many returning customers.”

Since May, the vintage fair has had a regular record stall and its success has led Kiki to form a new fair solely based around music.

She said: “The record stall proved very popular so we expanded to a whole record room at our January event.

“Again, our vintage customers flocked to it, so Henry and I have set up an offshoot event just for music-lovers.

“We both have a great love of music and Stourbridge has a lot of musical history so we are delighted and excited to bring a record fair to the town.”

The record fair will take place between 11am and 4pm. For more information email