Ebberston Village Fair

SUNDAY 25th August 2019

1pm – 4.30pm

Ebberston Village Fair is held every 2 years on the August Bank Holiday Monday at the village Sportsfield. Our main aim for the village fair is to provide a day where our whole community can come together and enjoy themselves, and in the process, raise funds for the many organisations within and around the village. It’s a great day out for all the family and because we’re at the Sportsfield, entry is free! 

Our Sponsors this year are Hodgson Car Sales, Snainton



We’ll have stalls, fun competitions and games, music, and light refreshments. Have a relaxing and fun afternoon out. Naturally we expect nothing less than sun on the day.

See our gallery of images from previous fairs

Prize raffle: There will be a fabulous prize raffle in aid of Ebberston Village Hall. We are very grateful to all prize donors. 

Prizes have been donated from NYMR, Wold Top Brewery, North Bay Railway, Ryedale Folk Museum, Steam and Moorland garden centre, National Trust, and more to come. Please support all these local businesses as they have supported us.

Confirmed Stalls: Ebberston Sportsfield tombola, Ebberston and Allerston WI., Angela McCall (artist), Ebberston Craft Club, refreshments provided by Ebberston Cricket Club, Ebberston Yoga Group, Ebberston and Allerston Youth Group, St Mary’s Church

Games: Garden games, children’s races

Children’s Fancy Dress: Fancy dress competition for 12s and under. Theme: Horrible History

All funds raised on the day go back into the village organisations and enterprises that enhance Ebberston village life and community.



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