Armed Forces and Veterans Celebrations in Trowbridge, to be held on the 25th and 26th of June this year.
There's always a strong re-enactor presence at the show, and last year that included a good Home Front section, including replica land girls' accommodation. There are tea stalls with vintage china, and usually a 40s roadshow on the bandstand at points throughout the day. (That's always jolly good fun to watch.) There's usually a vintage plane flyover too, which I always look forward to.
I go every year. Entry is free, and a lot of the attendees are families having a fun day out. You get the full spectrum of ages, from babies through to very elderly veterans.
I reckon a makeover/makeup stall offering victory rolls and other wartime styles would do really good business. On the clothing side, there is a high footfall on site throughout the day, and there'd probably be plenty of interest from teenagers and the vintage-curious if the price was right. My gut instinct tells me accessories would do very well, as they tend to be cheaper, more portable, and easier for a newbie to vintage to wear/carry than a full-on vintage dress or suit, though the re-enactors would be looking for the latter.
Interested? Want to know more? Contact Maryrose Mantle: maryrose.mantle AT trowbridge.gov.uk (obviously replacing the AT with an @; I didn't want her address to get picked up by spammers!)