May Fairs were traditional times of partying in the woods. People came from far and wide to enjoy themselves, and maypole Dancing was not the only activity. There would have been plenty of eating, drinking and shopping involved, and we have them all. Please patronize stalls, the pub and cafe as a proportion goes to the Fairyland Trust which is vital for helping us break even or raise money to enable there to be more events like the Fairy Fair.
(Please bring cash although you may also be able to get cashback at the Entrance Gate).
Our Corncockle Cafe has tea and cakes while the Fairyland Market has craft stalls selling a variety of hand made and local goods (useful for presents) such as jewellery, and vintage and other clothing, together with a variety of stalls selling delicious hot and cold food.
The Good Elf magical pub has cider, juices, and local ales.
(You are welcome to bring food to The Fairy Fair but ion so, please do not consume it in the cafe and be ready to take any packaging home with you – we do not collect plastic for disposal or recycling).