|Posted on Tuesday, 12 June, 2007 - 09:17 am: |
Unfortunately I couldn't make it along but I wondered if anyone else had and whether it was any good? Are there any other local festivals/fairs planned that anyone knows about?
|Posted on Tuesday, 12 June, 2007 - 10:16 am: |
16th June - Blythe Hill Fields Fun Day – 11am-4pm
If you’ve got the legs to get to Blythe Hill Fields then you’ll be rewarded with spectacular views. The Fun Day is a family event featuring live music, a barbecue, donkey rides, children’s crafts, cakes and jam stall, an egg and spoon race, sack race, three-legged race, tug-of-war and the opportunity to sponsor your own bird box. It’s organised by the Blythe Hill Fields User Group whose aim is to improve the facilities and promote the enjoyment of this space for the benefit of the whole community. For more information, see www.blythehillfields.org.uk
|Posted on Tuesday, 12 June, 2007 - 11:03 am: |
i did call in briefly about 1pm , very little of interest for me although I did see the lady from the Bra Fitting Shop.Normally hidden behind glazed windows. Not sure if she was doing any fittings on Sunday.
I like to support local events but I remember the Dulwich Day in Dulwich Park about 2 years ago. About 5 times plus bigger and many interesting stalls plus real ale.
|Posted on Tuesday, 12 June, 2007 - 12:22 pm: |
I thought it was great - I went with three kids who loved Punch & Judy, and the bouncy-castle-dragon. The face painters were good, as were the bands and the Tour de France roadshow. Lots of refreshments from Provender and various other vendors. I also took advantage of the 5 herbs for £5 deal from the Shannon's stall that seemed to be doing good trade.
It was also as busy as I have ever seen the Horniman Gardens basking in the sun, so that's a good thing in itself.
Good effort I think. (Although my 8-yr old godson was mortified by the idea of an outdoor brashop!)