Knowstone Village Fair and Show
The Fair starts at 1pm and closes at 4pm on Saturday 24th June. The road through Knowstone will be closed between noon and 5pm. Visitors to the Fair will be able to park in a field belonging to Parishioner Gordon Willmetts which can be accessed from Tracey's Hill (the hill which leads from the moor into Knowstone). There will be no access to the car park from East Knowstone.
Donations are needed for the tombola, Bric-a-Brac, book and cake stalls. Feel free to drop off any items you may have at the Parish Hall from Saturday 17th June daily until Friday 23rd June between the hours of 6pm and 7pm. A member of the Parish Hall committee will be present to collect your donations. Please note that cakes will only be accepted on Friday 23rd June. Competition entries can be dropped off during this period as well but at the owner's own risk or on Saturday 24th June up until 11am.
At the Fair there will be a BBQ, teas and coffees plus plenty of stalls to browse including plant, tombola, Bric-a-Brac, books and cake stalls. There will be games such as Whack The Rat, Welly Whanging, Plate Smashing and Tug-o-War. There is a Dog Show with classes for dogs of all shapes and sizes. Fancy trying your hand at the cake, floral, art or photography competitions then read all about the classes below and get entering. The show will be opened by Bill Norman, David Morgan and Charles of Nomansland who were instrumental 30 years ago in the creation of the current Parish Hall. Judges for the competitions will be local wildlife photographer, Johnny Kingdom, local artist Ken Hildrew, local florist Sarah Hill and Linda Hill who will be judging cakes.
Details and terms of the competitions can be found here.
The entry form for the competitions can be found here.
Details of the dog show can be found here.
Feel free to print off one of our posters to put on display. Click here.