These are not a traditional “Charity Shop” style events, this is a different way of raising money for charity through selling. Our events are all run by individual fairs organisers and committees in painstakingly chosen venues ranging from village halls to castles. Our Stallholders are all individual, knowledgeable, professional small businesses who travel around the venues with their gorgeous, unique, brand new products raising money for the fairs chosen charity by donating 10% of their day’s takings.
Shoppers & Shopping at Charity Fairs
OUR CHARITY FAIRS
This is remembering the days of being able to buy from a seller who knew about their product, cared about their customer and selected their stock for quality and diversity, not just profit – well imagine a venue full of 30, 40, sometimes 100 of these stalls each giving 10% of their takings to the fairs charity.
And just as a bonus, some of our Stallholders are award-winning and sell to the rich and famous…
How to enjoy your day at the fair
- Make sure you have lots of cash and a cheque book because some of our stallholders are so specialised they do not take cards
- Check the directions by scrolling up to the map above, clicking on the arrow where your fair is located (full details are available 3 weeks before fair date). Load up the sat navs because some of our fairs are in such fantastic locations they do not have internet access
- Check the weather by scrolling up to the map above, clicking on the arrow where your fair is located. Make sure you wear appropriate clothing – some of our fairs in rural settings may need waterproof footwear and umbrellas
For further information on our fairs, please click the button below to return to our fairs map
WOULD YOU LIKE TO HEAR ABOUT OUR CHARITY FAIRS NEAR YOU TWICE A YEAR? AND GO INTO OUR £25 CASH PRIZE DRAW (YOU WILL BE EMAILED IF YOU WIN) THIS WILL BE DRAWN AT OUR NEXT COMMITTEE MEETING
Would you like to be notified when there are Charity Fairs in your area? Please click on the button below to join our Fairs Mailing List, emails will be sent twice a year, one in Spring and one in Autumn, outlining Charity Fairs in your county.