Fordingbridge Festival 20th July 2019 10.30 am – 5 pm
Is a one-day event designed to bring the community together.
The day will be full of entertainment for the whole family, including a music stage, a procession of classic vehicles and a range of stalls from local artisan businesses and community groups.
Tickets are on sale now
Local groups will come together for a day of fun and frolics, including:
Bird of prey display
Heavy horse obstacle course
Parade of vintage vehicles
Demonstrations by emergency services
Rugby skills display
Childrens’ tractor pull
Tug of war
Over 60 stalls
Over 60 stalls with plenty of things to buy from local artisan businesses, such as books, cards, bags, homeware, crafts, wood carvings, plants and jewellery. Lots of local organisations will be on hand to tell you more about what they do.
Two food and drink zones with more options than ever before. We have something to offer for everyone, from meat eaters to vegans and everything in between. Don’t forget to enjoy a slice of cake in our tea tent.
Things to do
Loads to keep children of all ages entertained, including:
Tea cup rides
There will be lots for motor enthusiasts to enjoy at this year’s festival, including:
Over 60 classic cars
- Save money and buy tickets in advance.
- Beat the queues with an advance ticket with your own super-fast entry line.
|Advance tickets||On the day tickets|
|Children under 6 years||Free||Free|
|Children aged 6 – 16||£1||£1|
PLENTY OF PARKING
Drive or get the bus
If you are driving, there are three parking areas to choose from – one in the town centre, which is a short walk from the festival site, one opposite the festival and dedicated parking next door. All are free on the day of the Festival.
If you prefer to get public transport, the X3 bus runs to Fordingbridge from Salisbury and Bournemouth every 30 minutes or so, stopping right by the festival.
You could always stay with us at one of our properties and enjoy the festival. https://www.shortstayhomes.co.uk/
For more information on Fordingbridge Festival have a look at their website https://www.fordingbridgefestival.com/