Camberwell Fair is back on 1st September

A woman dancing in front of two musicians

The heatwave may be over, but Summer’s not finished yet in Camberwell. There are a couple of events coming up in the next few weeks.

First is the Brunswick Park Summer Fete, this Saturday the 18th. Surrey Docks farm will provide a petting zoo, and there will be games, competitions, and food and drink. It runs from 1pm to 4pm.

Then Camberwell Fair returns to the Green on Saturday 1st September from 12–9pm. Here’s their official press release:

Now in its 4th year, the Fair [is] a chance for all the community to come together and celebrate themselves, each other and the local area.

The fair will offer 3 music stages, 30 stalls showcasing local community organisations and independent traders, games, food, bars and a special daytime carnival led by street band Kinetika Bloco.

In addition to the Fair itself, this year Camberwell Fair offers a range of FREE activities in the local area in the run up to the Fair. More info on all of these below and on our website:

  • Carnival Costume Making Workshops on the Aylesbury Estate (in association with Latin American Multicultural Society)
  • Poetry workshops on the Aylesbury Estate (in association with Hammer and Tongue)
  • Artist Showcase at Louie Louie in Walworth – 17 August – a chance for aspiring artists to compete for a chance to perform at the festival – email oddmotionmedia@​gmail.​com to sign up
  • Rare Doings at Camberwell’ – a Heritage Lottery funded project to explore the roots of the Fair.

Author: Peter

Long-time resident of Camberwell, author of this blog since July 2004.

2 thoughts on “Camberwell Fair is back on 1st September”

  1. Allotment honey for sale, candles and gift sale tomorrow at the Allotments in Lettsom Gardens (off Grove Park). Lucky dip and cakes. Everyone Welcome

  2. I should have bugled Lyndhurst Primary Winter Fair here, as usual, which was a great success last Saturday afternoon. The Fat Arthur Band played, again, a very unusual, subtle band, very odd indeed, sort of the sound of some steampunk contraption.

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