Goose Fayre 2019

More details will be added once known

For all information about this event please write to who is the "Event Coordinator".

The date of the Fayre has been set for SATURDAY 28th September 2019

All the fun of a medieval fayre can be enjoyed.

During the afternoon there will be various demonstrations of traditional country crafts, falconry, fighting knights and cider-pressing.

Opportunities to engage in circus skills, Morris dancing, skittling, archery, riding the quintain or fighting it out on the greasy pole will be among the entertainment provided.

A huge variety of stalls and refreshment tents, including the traditional ram roast, contribute to a spectacular event with something for all of the family.

We look forward to seeing hundreds attend in medieval attire especially to mark the event’s 40th anniversary.

The procession will move off from The Elms on the A3052 (By the Memorial Hall) at 1.30 pm. and make it's way to the main site.

Those not actually in it may watch the procession from the sides of the A3052 and then join it at the back and follow towards the main site.

The A3052 is usually closed for around 30/45 minutes for this event.

The Fayre will open officially at 1.45 p.m. at the site just down Seaton Road (turn off the A3052 by the Post Office).

There is a large car park which is accessed via Orchard Close.

Car Parking is free.

There is an admission charge to access the main site of £4 and entry is free for children under 14 when accompanied by an adult.



Stalls Etc.

Please do NOT write to the village web site with questions about the Goose Fayre.

For enquiries about geting a stall please write to  (But there is often a waiting list to get one, it is very popular)

General Information

If you have any general questions about the Fayre that you need an answer to please e-mail