Frogham Fair will be held on a new date in 2020- 27th June. Please put this in your diary NOW. The date has changed to avoid clashes with camping in the fields, school holidays and other local fairs. We hope this means that more people can enjoy this wonderful fair.
In the Main Arena and back by popular request from visitors, are Sky Birds of Prey whose previous display wowed children and adults alike. Two x 35 minute displays are planned with an interactive session for children to participate if they wish. For more details go to https://www.skybirdsofprey.co.uk
Classic Cars will feature early on in the afternoon with 4 specially selected cars being introduced to the audience. Expect some surprises with our expert's suggestions on modern classics: e-cars may feature. Plus of course we'd like visitors to vote on their favourite from the 35 cars on show
Did you enjoy building Lego or Meccano? If so, you will enjoy watching Gosport Steampunk Society build their siege catapult which children can then test out. Ammunition? Come along to find out....
The arena Dog Show and Dog Agility trail are hugely popular and entertaining for all so please bring your dog to the fair - there will be something for them to do! Frogham Fair terrier racing continues to deliver a joyous and chaotic experience for dogs, owners and spectators alike.
As always there will be live music, this year featuring acoustic sets, a rock choir and a local ukulele band.
For up to date information please visit our FACEBOOK PAGE. If you are interested in attending as a commercial stallholder please contact Scot Bradley by email on
Refreshments are available including a BBQ, tea and cake tent, bar with beer and cider, a Pimm's tent, ice cream stalls, and crêpes - something for everybody!
Takes place from 12:30pm to 4:30pm and Blissford Hill wheelbarrow racing starts at 4:30pm.
The Link Villages Produce Show takes place on the first Saturday in September
each year in the Hyde Memorial Hall.
There are classes for fruit, vegetables, flowers, pot plants, home produce, preserves, craft, flower arrangements and photography. There are additional classes for young people in three age brackets – up to school year 2, school years 3 to 6 and school years 7 to 11 – and also adult novice classes.
Entries are welcome from anyone in the local area, young or old, experienced or first timers. There are cash prizes for all classes and 17 different cups are awarded.
In the afternoon the hall is open to visitors to view the exhibits, enjoy tea and home made cakes, take part in the prize draw, vote for your favourite limerick and bid in the auction of produce at the end of the show after the prize giving. Click here for the list of classes, entry form and rules of the show.
For further details please contact Andrew Briggs on email@example.com
SLOE GIN COMPETITION
This annual event celebrated its 9th year this year.
Sloe Gin 2020 (sloes picked in 2019) - Peter Wilmer
Vintage Sloe Gin - Maurice & Liz Butler
Fruit Liqueur - John & Jayne French