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Village Fairs and Fetes in the Cotswolds 2014

If your village fete or fair isn't listed here please contact us via email and we will be happy to add it to the list
We are happy to include any Cotswold village fete or fair, whether your village falls into Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire, Worcestershire, Warwickshire or Wiltshire Cotswolds.

If you are planning a fete in the Cotswolds in 2014 please let us know the date and venue and we will publicise your event here, you can always add details later on but it is good to get the dates published as soon as possible. This service is free.
6th September 2014 Whittington Village Show from 2pm - 5pm in Whittington GL54 4HD
A traditional village show in a small Cotswold village 5 miles east of Cheltenham. This show has been going over 40 years!
Fun Dog Show, Whittington Printing Press open, Whittington Church and Court (Grade 1 listed house) open, Gloucestershire Constabulary Band, Tractors, Crafts. Show exhibits in Photography, Cookery, Flowers, Produce, Handicrafts and Children’s sections. Stalls, Teas, Cakes, local Produce, Organic Beef, BBQ, Cider, Bric-a-brac, Books, Raffle, Tombola
6th & 7th September 2014 Northleach Steam & Vintage Show plus Ale Festival Eastington Road, Northleach GL54 3PJ
10am-5pm Saturday, 10am-4pm Sunday
Adults £5, Senior Citizens £3, Children under 16 FREE, Parking FREE
Whilst this may not be one of the biggest shows in the country, the show’s heritage and relaxed enjoyable atmosphere set in the idyllic Cotswold countryside gives it a uniqueness of its own.
Steam engines sit looking out over the fields and stone walls, or trundle round the arena tooting their whistles; live music gently drifts around the ground as the ale flows; tractors, bikes, military and commercial vehicles, and classic cars be admired in their gleaming glory; with the sounds of the stationary engines powering up lights, pumping water or sifting grain clinking away in the background; and of course all the smells and sounds of the steam era can once again be experienced by old and young alike.
This year’s show looks to be even bigger than last years, with more engines and vehicles on display, lots more stalls and a greater variety of food offerings from burgers and Cornish pasties to hog roast, al fresco Italian to Mexican, donuts, ice-cream and cakes as well as traditional confectionery to bring back memories of bygone days.