Vintage emporium in Clay Cross relocates

Lydia Watters outside Lady Peacock Vintage HQ, when it opened.
Lydia Watters outside Lady Peacock Vintage HQ, when it opened.

A vintage emporium in Clay Cross has moved to bigger premises.

Lady Peacock Vintage HQ has relocated from Crossways to High Street in the town.

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The shop sells a selection of classic items including hats, bags, umbrellas, jewellery and even perfume.

It is the brainchild of Lydia Watters, a full-time secondary school art teacher who has been an avid collector of vintage items for years.

Having had stalls at Midlands-based vintage and craft fairs for a number of years, Lydia wanted to take that next step and launch a business.

READ THIS: Our story when the shop first opened