The Pudsey Doll and Teddy Fair


Old and Artist Dolls and Teddy Bears at the National Motorcycle Museum

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Pudsey now in it's 39th year is held twice a year, at the Pudsey Civic Hall, once in the Spring and again in the Autumn. 
The confirmed dates for 2019 are 13th April and 5th October
Our aim is to make Pudsey a major event in the Doll & Bear calendar.  Every effort will be made to promote the show extensively to help in this regard.

Anyone requiring further information or wanting to book as an exhibitor, can contact Debbie Woodhouse, who will be more than happy to help.

2018 will be the 36th Year of the 'Pudsey' Fair...a real long player!

 We continue to aim at presenting for you the best balance between dolls and teddies, with supplies and related items. 

Opening Times: The fair is open from 10.30am until 4.00pm.

Current Admission Charge: Adults £3.50, Schoolchildren 50p.

Up to 87 quality stands full of antique, new, artist and collectable dolls and teddies, plus restorers, supplies and accessories.



Fair Dates

Saturday 13th April 2019

Saturday 5th October 2019

Open 10.30 to 4.00


Ample Free Parking
Well Signposted
Restoration Advice
Free Valuations


Old and Artist Dolls and Teddy Bears at the National Motorcycle Museum



Pudsey Civic Hall

Pudsey Civic Hall, Dawson's Corner, New Pudsey, Leeds LS28 - 5TA
150 metres from the junction of the A647 and Outer Ring Road A6110, or by Rail to New Pudsey Station.

Pudsey Civic Hall has a LARGE FREE CAR PARK, and is located 150m from the junction of Leeds Outer Ring Road (A6110) and Leeds/Bradford road (A647). 
The hall is no more than a 5 minute walk from NEW PUDSEY STATION. If you come by train do make sure that you book to NEW PUDSEY, and when leaving the station, turn right. Walk approximately 200 yards to the roundabout. Pudsey Civic Hall is just across the road, but partially hidden by the newish 'Green Flag' building. The hall is also well served by bus routes from both Leeds and Bradford City centres, ask for the "Dawson's Corner" bus stop.

Disabled Access: There are new disabled toilet facilities on the ground floor, accessed from the Foyer. Within the fair, only the stage area is not accessible by wheelchairs. All aisles are at least to the width required by the Fire Authority.  There is a service lift available for our disabled visitors to the first floor cafeteria.

Upstairs there's a cafeteria selling hot and cold food at reasonable prices


Please have a look at our new photopage, it gives you a great idea of what you
can expect to see at one of our shows

Welcome to the show

For more information please contact
Debbie Woodhouse
07973 760881
click below to email me

Debbie Woodhouse

click here to see photos from previous shows


Old and Artist Dolls and Teddy Bears at the National Motorcycle Museum