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This page updates you about our  events.   To bring the Fairyland Trust magic and nature to an event near you, see our workshops (drop-in or bookable) and magical characters available for hire, at our Hire Us pages.


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See Fairy Fair 2019 pictures at our PHOTOS page


Upcoming Events

Thursday June  27th, Friday 28th, Saturday 29th, Sunday 30th Fairy Flowers, Bouncing Bees, Flutterbies and Bug Bling  at Glastonbury Festival

Saturday July 13th  Fairy Crowns at Summer Mile Family Raceday at Royal Ascot.

Friday July 19th, Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st Fairy Flower and Bouncing Bee drop ins at  Latitude festival.

Friday July 26th, Saturday 27th, Sunday 28th Star and moon  drop ins at WOMAD.


We may get further bookings – if so we will update this page – please also follow us on Facebook or Twitter for latest news.


The Real Halloween will be again at Bradmoor Woods on 26th and 27th October.

See Real Halloween 2018 pictures at our PHOTOS page

Bradmoor Woods during The Real Halloween last October


Recent Events

Elf Sticks Workshop, Saturday 9th February, Colchester Arts Centre

This is a rare opportunity to do our Elf Sticks Workshop as it takes a lot of preparation and doesn’t often come out. 

Hear the story of King Elfred who met The Fairyland Keeper of Time and learnt how to make an Elf Stick.  Elf Sticks how time is told in Fairyland, based on the comings and goings of nature.  Right now for instance, it’s Hazel Catkin time.

In the Workshop you get to  make your very own elf stick using a wide range of recycled and natural materials.  Together we will decorate a 1m long staff with rags and seasonal totems of nature and learn about seasons and phases of the moon and sun, which are of course, also vital natural time-tellers.

The workshop lasts 45 minutes.  It’s most suitable for ages 6-9 year olds.  See here for booking and venue details.

An Elf Stick in the making

In the Workshop

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