Top 5 Reasons To Visit Sydenham Fayre 2019

Sydenham Fayre 2019

Stuck for something to do at the end of May half term? Need to let the kids run riot somewhere? Why not attend Sydenham Fayre 2019 for a top family day out on Saturday 1st June. Here’s our top 5 reasons for visiting this years’ event:

1. Family entertainment

This year’s Sydenham Fayre is bursting with entertainment for the whole family. Catch an exhilarating demo from Stokenchurch Judo Club, enjoy traditional fete entertainment from Towersey Morris Dancers and country dancing from Aston Rowant School. We’ll also have live music across the afternoon from The Ted Roper Band.

Car lovers can once again enjoy the Sydenham Car Show – back for its second year, with new vintage gems and envy-inducing motors.

2. Great Selection of Food and Drink

You won’t get hungry or thirsty visiting Sydenham Fayre 2019! Enjoy local meats (plus vegetarian and vegan options!) from the popular barbeque as well as ice creams, popcorn and plenty of sweet treats. Our tearoom will once again be open, serving afternoon tea and fresh homemade cakes.

Adults can enjoy a tipple of two with a Sydenham Fayre traditional Pimms and Gin tent. While The Crown will be providing a variety beers, ciders and fizz from their pop-up bar on The Green

3. Kids’ Corner

There’s plenty to keep the kids busy with a host of fun games and entertainment over in Kids’ Corner. Watch Mr Marvell and his amazing Punch & Judy show – one not to be missed by our younger visitors! There’s also face painting, custom slime, kids’ tombola plus inflatable assault courses and slides.

4. Dog show

Why not enter your pooch into Sydenham Fayre 2019 Dog Show? From fancy dress, to best young handler and best small mongrel; there are plenty of classes to enter into. All class winners will be put forward for the all-important ‘Sydenham Supreme’, judged at the end of the day.

5. It’s all for a great cause

Perhaps the most important reason to attend Sydenham Fayre 2019 is that we are raising money for all good local causes. Over the years, the Fayre has contributed to a range of community projects including schools, local interest and sports groups. Last years’ event raised over £5,000 directly for local causes, and it would be fantastic to beat that total this year!

Why not visit us on Saturday 1st June – everything you need to know about how to find us and what’s on can be found here.