Popular Holbeach event set to make its return
A much loved fixture in many people’s diaries makes its return this weekend after a three year break.
The Holbeach Town & Country Fayre will be taking place on Saturday, June 18 and Sunday, June 19, with a host of things to see and do.
The event, which will be held on Kings Field in the town, is long overdue a comeback, having been cancelled in 2019 due to terrible weather conditions and in 2020 and 2021 due to the pandemic.
This year’s fayre is going to better than ever.
Visitors will be able to enjoy displays and ring attractions, plus trade and craft stalls and food stalls.
In fact, there has been so much interest in this year’s fayre that the organisers have announced that they are fully booked when it comes to exhibitors.
There will be at least 80 tractors on display, plus Fenlanders 4x4, steam engines, vintage cars and stationary engines.
There will also be pony rides for youngsters and a display of heavy horses for everyone to enjoy.
Food on offer will include fish and chips, burgers, tea, coffee, doughnuts and homemade cakes.
On the Saturday evening, from 6.30pm, there will be bingo in the beer tent and music from local band BHDC who play metal, rock, punk and pop.
Everyone is welcome to go along to the evening event, even if you haven’t attended in the daytime.
There isn’t an option for booking tickets in advance, but they will be available on the gate.
Entry is priced at £8 for a standard adult and £5 for over 65s.
Children go free with a paying adult.
Find out more by visiting Holbeach Town & Country Fayre’s page on Facebook.