Glenfarg Village Fete 2019

Saturday the 8th of June

Walking procession leaving from Ladeside fountain at approximately 1PM, heading to the village hall where the event will be officially declared open at 1.15PM, by Kinross Pipe Band.

Glenfarg Village Fete is coming to you on SATURDAY 8TH JUNE 2019. Celebrating The Musicals, our Fete will build on our previous successes  and our 2019 Fete promises to be even bigger and better than before!

A fun day out for the whole community, this year we will have the usual bouncy castle but with the addition of soft-play for the little ones. There will also be pony rides, soft archery, a coconut shy, racing pigs, putting, splat the rat and hook a duck.

Live performances from Yellow Brick Musical Theatre, Dance Connect and local talent Dave Watt have been designed to keep all ages entertained.

In the Craft Tent we have some old favourites plus some exciting new stalls for your perusal. They include Auldreekie Fudge, Alan’s Chilli Jams, Plant Sale, Book Stall, Rural Ladies Cake Stall, Handmade by Hazel, Tropics Natural and Cruelty Free Skincare, Blue Door Crafts, Minerva Blue and our very own Returned Unopened (White Elephant Stall).
The parade leaves Ladeside Fountain at 1PM and will head over the green to the Village Hall. As our theme this year is Musicals we invite (and encourage) everyone to dress up and join in the fun. There will be prizes for the best costumes and we can’t wait to see what you come up with!
Last, but not least we are having our very own baking competition, ‘The Great Glenfarg Bake Off’, and we are inviting children and adults of all ages to enter a cake to be judged by local baker Leigh Smith. There will be prizes for the winners of each category and the cakes will be auctioned off afterwards.

So, come rain or come shine, please join us to celebrate the unique community spirit the village of Glenfarg is so proud of.

See you there!

The Fete Committee

We are still looking for donations of books (any book at all) and your unwanted gifts (again anything at all) for the stalls mentioned. Pease drop these off at The Old Bakehouse, Main Street, prior to the day of the Fete – all will be most welcome! The tea-room is also looking for donations of cakes of any kind to sell on the day. Please help if you can, we can’t do this without you!

For more information on how you can help support your local fete, please contact Emma

or message us through our Facebook page – Glenfarg Village Fete