Presenting Radio Days in Waterloo – lovely ol’ London

Cute cute cute – must visit Radio Days when I next go ‘into’ London as I call it, as opposed to popping to South East London where I do be from…I shall make a swift bee line for Radio Days – the wireless ladies and gents would approve!

RADIO DAYS opened on 15th of November 1993
and is run by Chrissie and Lee.

Radio Days say:

“Appealing to all ages, gender and collectors, Radio Days offers a wide selection of vintage clothing, collectables and memorabilia dating from 1920’s through to 1980’s.. Radio Days also buys from the public and offers prop hire for stage, screen and shoots .

“We are the only vintage shop to sell clothing, magazines and household goods in London. It has been a roaring success and we have been featured in many top magazines and papers over the years.”

Well established in Lower Marsh’s unique and thriving market community, Chrissie and Lee hope the shop will go from strength to strength in the future when they will open the basement for furniture and hire goods.”

87 Lower Marsh
London SE1 7AB

Tel: 020 7928 0800


About Anita in Mrs Antil's Apartment

I am female, I love to feel free, I love to walk and explore, and I love animals and I want to find out more about them. Spending time with
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