SUNDAY 19TH JUNE 2016: 11am – 5:30pm on the street 11am - 6:30pm in Moxon Street carpark (fun fair) 11am - 8pm in Paddington Gardens (the stage and festival bar)
GETTING HERE A large area of Marylebone will be closed to traffic for the day and parking restrictions will be in place on many of the streets surrounding the Fayre. Finding a parking space close to the event can be a challenge.
There are numerous public transport links.
THE CLOSEST TUBE STATIONS ARE: Bond Street Baker Street Oxford Circus Great Portland Street Regent’s Park Marble Arch
THE CLOSEST OVER GROUND STATION IS: Marylebone Station
THE MARYLEBONE SUMMER FAYREprovides everything you would expect from a traditional village fete – food, drink, music, children’s activities, craft stalls, a farmers’ market, tombola and lashings of community spirit. But because it takes place right in the heart of central London it also has a number of advantages over its more parochial cousins – a music stage featuring some of the most exciting up-and-coming acts in the country, the participation of some of London’s finest restaurants and retailers, and an amazing diversity of activities.
THE HOWARD DE WALDEN ESTATEhas been hosting the Marylebone Summer Fayre every June for twelve years now, and each year it returns bigger, better and with even greater levels of local participation. As well as showcasing the best of what Marylebone has to offer, and just being a thoroughly good day out, the event has another important purpose – raising money for good causes. This year’s charity partner is currently TBC.
The Marylebone Summer Fayre is organised by The Howard de Walden Estate.
To enquire about taking part or to donate prizes for the Summer Fayre tombola, please contact: email@example.com
The Marylebone Summer Fayre plays host to a wide variety of activities for kids (and grown-ups!). See below for what's going on on the day.
Vauxhall City Farm Petting Zoo Come and visit and pet the alpacas, goats, sheep, guinea pigs, rabbits and ducklings at their enclosure on Blandford Street.
SPORTS ZONE (North End of Marylebone High Street)
Knight Frank's Inflatable Football Game Test your football shooting and passing accuracy by kicking the ball through a target. Prizes for all who take part!
Spider Mountain This huge climbing tower sets adventurers the challenge of finding their way up through a maze of 7 elasticated spider’s webs to get out at the top.
Rollapaluza Have a go at racing against your partner on a fixed bike. The bikes are connected to a huge dial, with split-second-digital timing over a simulated 500m distance - at speeds in excess of 50mph! Accompanied by music, MC and cheering crowds!
Smoothie Bikes Pedal to make your own smoothie! The fixed bikes operate blenders on the back - the participant pedals away and as if by magic a smoothie is produced.
FUN FAIR (Moxon Street car park)
Fairground rides... Including Victorian carousel, ferris wheel and other small rides.
Bungee trampoline Show off your aerobatic skills by flipping and somersaulting with the safety of bungee ropes and a harness.
Compost Corner Learn how to grow your own flowers and vegetable plants and have a ride on the diggers and dumpers (for toddlers).
Giant Inflatable Slide
Kids Drawing Competition
The Marylebone Summer Fayre Tombola is run by Sandfords Estate Agents and is situated opposite the Sandfords premises at 6 Paddington Street.
This year we are proud to be support COSMIC (Children of St Mary's Intensive Care) and their More Smiles Appeal.
Every Year, the COSMIC unit at St Mary's Hospital, Paddington provides life saving care for over 400 patients. However demand for their services out strips supply which means over 200 critically ill children are turned away every year because of not enough beds. Sometimes children have to be transferred hundreds of miles away for treatment.
The More Smiles Appeal is to raise two million pounds to refurbish and expand the unit to create a state of the art facility. The new unit will have 15 beds, almost doubling the current number, allowing more than 200 extra children to be cared for each year. There will also be new equipment, a dedicated parents’ room and a private room allowing space for doctors and nurses to provide emotional support and care to families whose children are seriously ill. Alongside this will also be the refurbishment of a ward to provide dedicated emergency onsite parent accommodation so that parents are within ‘dressing gown distance’ of their critically ill child.
Saturday Night Pop-up Cinema
SATURDAY 18TH JUNE 2016: Paddington Gardens will play host to an evening of music, cinema, food and drink the evening before the Fayre, in collaboration with Nomad Cinema.