We aim to please. Village Guitars is run by two enthusiasts who have shared an interest in guitars for many years. We have tried to create a comfortable environment in our interesting shop, where you can come and browse, try the guitars, or just have a friendly chat. We stock strings, picks, cables, straps and bags, tuners etc., and also offer setting up, hire, guitar and amp repairs and guitar tuition.How about a novel treat for your loved ones ? We can set up lessons for you in confidence and provide an introductory letter which you can give as a gift.
The shop is situated in the Kentish village of Wingham, lying between Canterbury and Sandwich, within a fascinating old building parts of which date back to medieval times. The character of the building serves only to enhance the presentation of the instruments, so you will find no glitzy High Street showroom gimmicks here, just a warm welcome in pleasant and interesting surroundings. Please keep checking the website as our stock is constantly changing. We always have more stock than is shown here, so why not pay us a visit and have a browse ? Don't forget to check out our latest news clip at the foot of the page. All descriptions and details of items offered are made 'without prejudice' and are to the best of our knowledge believed to be accurate. For any of our site visitors from North/North West Kent who are looking for guitar tuition, take a look at our associates website: www.g5guitar.co.uk
On the A257: 97, High Street, Wingham, Kent CT3 1DE. Tel: 01227 721106 email@example.com
Opening Hours: Tuesday/Saturday 10.30 - 4.00 : Closed Mondays
- 6 miles from Canterbury
- 6 miles from Sandwich
- 5 mins from both the A2 & A299
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Many thanks for your interest - and we look forward to seeing you soon !
Our guitar tuition studio is well established, weekday evenings and Saturday morning slots are available -
Please let us know if you are interested.
We are always keen to look at any interesting guitars or amps that you may wish to consider selling on a commission basis.