Tasis May Fair 2018
Saturday 12th May 11am/3pm
The American School in England
Please note that those events marked with an asterisk are raising money for charities and other good causes. In these events, I will be giving a percentage of my sales towards these charities. So not only can you shop for presents but you can also help some great causes!
Saturday 12th May 11am/3pm
The American School in England
Monday, 21st May 9:30am /4pm
7th, 8th & 9th June 2018 9am/4:30pm
“Hole Park near Rolvenden in Kent provides the most magnificent setting for the
Wealden Times Midsummer Fair. With a stunning 15-acre garden, set within beautiful
countryside, Hole Park is often referred to as the hidden gem. This makes it the perfect,
much-loved venue for exhibitors to showcase their products and services, and for enthusiastic
shoppers to have a magical day out.”
Friday 21st & Saturday 22nd of September 2018
LOWER LAWN BARNS
Thursday, 27th September 9:30am/4:00pm
Lower Basildon, near Pangbourne
RG 8 9PE
“All proceeds go directly to Newbury RDA and we are very grateful to our stall holders, sponsors, advertisers, guests and volunteers as none of this would be possible without their help.”
Tuesday 9th of October 2018 10am-4pm/ 5:30pm-8pm
The Corn Exchange,
The Market Place,
“The Devizes Autumn Fair has been raising money for 3 local hospices for more than (20) years – and in this time has been able to give out thousands of pounds in support their vital work. More recently we have also supported Cancer Research UK – widening our commitment to local charities.”
Thursday 11th of October 10:00am/3:30pm
Action Medical Research for Children, “At Action we save and change children’s lives through medical research” “Surprisingly medical research to help children is poorly funded in the UK. Action Medical Research has a critical job to do in helping fill this gap to protect children.”
Wed. 17th Oct. 10am/5pm Thurs 18th Oct. 10am/7pm Friday 19th Oct. 10am/3:30pm
Tuesday 23rd Oct & Wed 24th Oct
Westonbirt Charities Fair is non-profit making and run by Home-Start Stroud District. All profits go to Home-Start Stroud District and the other Charities listed below.
-Gloucestershire Royal Intensive Care Unit Charity
-The Door The Door’s mission is to bring hope into the lives of young people and their families, through unlocking potential and opening opportunity so their past does not define their future.
-Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust
-Marie Curie Marie Curie provide emotional & practical support and guidance to anyone diagnosed with a terminal illness.
Monday 29th October to Sunday the 4th of November
Olympia Exhibition Centre,
Sunday 11th November 2018 9am - 4pm
The Crown Plaza Hotel, Gerrards Cross
CAWC is an active group of more than 150 expatriate individuals from all over the world. One of our missions as a Club is to give back to the local community, and we are proud to have raised over £200,000 for local charities over the past two decades through our annual Holiday Bazaar.
CAWC International are proud to be supporting Community First Responders – South Bucks for 2017-2019
This charity will be the recipient of CAWC fundraising during the next two club years, and will specifically benefit from 100% of the proceeds from the 31st Annual Charity Christmas Bazaar.
Saturday,17th November 2018 11:00 - 3:00pm
Guildford High School,
Friends of Guildord High School
“The amazing success of the FoGHS would not be possible without the many volunteers who co-ordinate, and those who support, the events and activities, primarily the Christmas Fair, Summer Family Fun Day and Second Hand Uniform Sales, funds from which augment the annual voluntary donation from parents.
The Committee votes on how these funds are spent, based on a Wish List from the School. Projects we fund can range from Christmas trees to new playground or club equipment, anything which we feel will enhance the girls’ school experience.”
Sat 24th Nov 10am-5pm, Sun 25th Nov 10am-4pm
Chelsea Physic Garden,
66 Royal Hospital Rd,
“We look forward to welcoming you to our renowned Christmas Fair at the beginning of London’s festive shopping season. Over 100 exhibitors will be showcasing a broad range of beautifully designed and crafted products including jewellery, clothing, contemporary crafts, toys and a selection of festive fare. A perfect opportunity to gather gifts for your loved ones or perhaps to treat yourself.
This fundraising event will help to support the Garden throughout the year.
Adults £6 / Friends & under 16’s free* (no need to pre-book free tickets)”
Sunday 25th November 2018 from 10.30 am – 4 pm
London SE21 7LD
“The Dulwich College Christmas Fair always promises to be a wonderful experience. There is certain to be something for everyone to get you ready for the holiday season. It will be a very festive and jolly affair, allowing you to enjoy a glass of mulled wine whilst indulging in some pre-Christmas retail therapy, browsing the amazing and extensive array of stalls and delicious food on sale to keep you energised for all the shopping and fun. Santa will be warmly housed in his grotto and The Music Department will be entertaining us all with some festive favourites.”
Wed. 28th November 2018 10am/3pm
South of England Showground
“FSH supports hospice care for Sussex by raising funds which are distributed on the basis of episodes of care received by residents of Sussex. Figures are provided by each hospice after the end of the financial year. The distribution criteria are reviewed annually by FSH Trustees and discussed with each hospice chief executive.”
Saturday 1st December 10am/8pm & Sunday 2nd December 10am/4pm
Oxford Botanic Garden
“Oxford Botanic Garden invites you to the fabulous Christmas Fair. Carefully selected exhibitors will be selling gifts and bringing the magic of Christmas alive. In a beautifully decorated and heated marquee, hot chocolate, real coffee, mulled wine and cider will be flowing and homemade mince pies, hot chestnuts, seasonal sweets and cakes will guarantee to put you in a festive mood.”