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May Fayre - 2nd May

Monday 2nd May 2022 Monday 2nd May 2022

UPPER CLATFORD & ANNA VALLEY

MAY FAYRE
Bank Holiday Monday 2nd May

Balksbury Bridge Playing Field 2.00 – 4.30 pm

 

Programme of Events

                                         2:00    May Fayre opens

                                         2:30    Balloon Twisting

                                         2:45    Raft judging followed by races in age

                                                    categories

                                         3:00    Fancy dress judging

                                         3:10    Childrens Races

                                         4:15    Grand Draw

 

***  Prizes for the best decorated rafts with a royal theme  ***

***   Prizes will be awarded for the best fancy dress costumes worn by children. Adults are encouraged to dress up too ***

(click below text to download the May Fayre Flier)

 

Background Information

For around 40 years, Upper Clatford and Anna Valley residents have been organising a May Fayre on the first bank holiday Monday in May.   It’s a popular village event which attracts nearly 1000 visitors and generally raises over £4000.  Running costs are kept to a minimum and all the profit is ploughed back into local community projects and societies.  

A great deal of work and effort goes into organising such an event and we are always looking for volunteers and value their contribution – however large or small.  If you are able to offer any help with collecting, running a stall or with the set up and clear up, we’re always keen to welcome new volunteers. Typically, we need help with the following:

  • Collecting bric a brac and selling raffle tickets
  • Erecting and taking down gazebos, stalls and a variety of tents
  • Running the stalls and children’s events

If you would like to be involved in any way, please fill in the form below:

May Fayre Volunteers