The Kimbolton Country Fayre will have a wide variety of attractions on Sunday.
The fayre is organised by a committee of volunteers. Two Spitfires from the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight are booked for the fayre and there are to be around 80 stalls for the event.
In addition to over 700 classic cars we have Royston, the children’s entertainer, The Fire Queen stunt act and the usual favourites such as the Galaxy Swing Band and the Miller’s Ark pet area, not forgetting the Sealed Knot with Lord Robartes Regiment.
As one of the largest Country Fayres in the area you will find it packed with an amazing range of entertainment. The Fayre attracts attendees who journey to Kimbolton every year from all over the country.
to the glorious grounds of Kimbolton Castle; the last place of confinement for Queen Catherine of Aragon, wife of Henry VIII. This will be our 23rd event and is set to once again amidst the 60acres to entertain all.
Both beer and tea marquees will be available, serving hot and cold drinks. Homemade cakes and sandwiches are served in separate covered seated areas.
Alongside there will be a wide selection of other food stalls including a hog roast, burger bar, fish and chips and superior quality ice cream will available throughout the day.
The Rotary Club of Kimbolton Castle and The Sporting Bears Motor Club are joint organisers of the fayre.
Gates open at 11am with the main show ring events from noon.
Entrance is £10 for adults, £25 for a family and £5 for children aged between five and 16. Under fives can go along for free.
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