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East Tytherley September Fayre – 31/08/2024

Saturday August 31st, 2024
No more SCM gazebos available
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*Jewellery and Woodcraft now Full*

Set in the beautiful country village of East Tytherley, you’ll find the fayre in The Church Field. Set in 7 acres of stunning countryside with fields all around.

Arrival to set-up – details given on booking confirmations.

Unloading in the Church field, then park in the neighbouring field (you’ll be directed on the day)

Tear-down is from 5.00pm only. We expect the fayre to be busy, so unless otherwise agreed, please do not pack away before this time.

You will need to bring your own gazebo, tables and chairs.


£35 per 3m x 3m space for Arts/Crafts/Makers/Bakers

£70  per 3m x 3m space for Food Vendors (food consumed on the day)

£135 for a 6m x 3m space for Food Vendors (food consumed on the day)

East Tytherley is a small village in Hampshire, England.

The name Tytherley comes from Old English and means thin or tender wood.

The village was given to Queen Philippa by her husband Edward III in 1335.

The village church is St Peter’s. It largely dates from the 13th century with a heavy restoration between 1862 and 1863. A Tower on the north side was completed in 1898

The Fayre will be held in the Church Field


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