St George's Fayre will take place on Sunday 24th April 2022
The town centre streets will be pedestrianised to create space for a bustling street market and fun fair. The opening parade will take place at 10am. This will be followed by live music and dance performances throughout the day. Enjoy a wide variety of fantastic street entertainment free of charge. This year we hope to commemorate both the 75 year anniversary of VE day which would have taken place in 2020 but also the Queen's Platinum Jubilee. We will be welcoming some very special performers including the D Day Darlings and the Bombardiers!
The number of traders continues to grow year on year, with over 130 stalls in the town centre offering an eclectic range of arts, crafts, gifts and produce. Visitors can indulge in some delicious street food too from Pad Thai noodles to fresh meatballs to homemade lemonade there will be something for all tastes. We of course welcome Lesley Carey's fun fair to Broad Street for the 14th year along with a whole host of family activities in the Acre Area, Library, St Peter's Church and Museum.
Thanks must go to all those who have worked hard to create an exciting line up and for the kind sponsorship from local businesses.
If you would like to book a stall, please follow the guidance on our events page.
If you're travelling by car, free parking is available in City Road and Darthill Road car parks. Please note that there is no access via Broad Street or High Street as these roads will be closed for the Fayre. Diversion routes will be in place between 5am and 7pm. Please note changes to bus stops are likely, please see your travel operators announcements for revised bus timetables.
If you're coming by train, March station is just a 15 minute walk from the event. It has good links with Peterborough, Ely and Cambridge.
Many people choose to walk or cycle to the event. Please note that once you arrive, cycling is not permitted in the event area.
St George's Fayre is one of the 'Four Seasons' events that take place in Fenland's market towns each year.
We deliver it alongside a committee of volunteers and with support from March Town Council. Many community organisations in March have contributed to the event's success over the years. These include March Library, March Town Councillors, March Scouts, March Museum, March Society, Churches Together, The Rotary Club and many more.
We would like to thank everyone involved in the Fayre; your support has been invaluable.
If you would like to contribute to the event, e.g. through sponsorship, volunteering or promotions please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org