Kew Fete at Kew Green

This event has finished Took place on: Saturday, 23rd Jun 2018

Enjoy a free family day out at a traditional village fete in the setting of Kew Green.

There’ll be vintage fairground rides and side-shows, lots of not-from-the-high-street shopping with over 100 stalls including a craft marquee, delicious food and drink, and a festival atmosphere with local bands and live events throughout the day. Plus of course the attractions no great fete can be without – a friendly dog show, a fun tug-of-war and a grand charity raffle.

Run by local people for local people in aid of local good causes, Kew fete has become a much-loved annual highlight – so roll up, roll up for a great day out!

Cost: Free of Charge


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No need to book tickets - just turn up on the day.

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Location

Kew Green,

Kew,
London,
TW9 3AP

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