Would you like to sell your handmade items at Fairlop Fair?  

I Love LampworkSet in the beautiful backdrop of Fairlop Waters Country Park, situated in Redbridge, Essex, Fairlop Fair returns for its third year, on Saturday 4 July, 11am-6pm. After a successful year we are facilitating an arts and crafts marquee again. Last year footfall was between 3000-4000 people. The event is free to the public and the program consists of family entertainment throughout the day.

If you are interested in exhibiting a stall please contact culture@visionrcl.org.uk.
Stall unit space is 2m x1m – with table and 2 chairs plus one paragraph of business description and jpeg image placed on the Redbridge i website. The cost for the stall unit space is £40.

How to get there 

Find Fairlop Waters on our i map.Catwalk

Fairlop Waters, Forest Road Barkingside, Essex, IG6 3HN

Car parking

The following car park charges apply:

  • Up to 1 hour - 70p 
  • 1-2 hours - £1.30 
  • All day - £3 

There is limited car parking available, once the car park at Fairlop Waters has reached capacity, parking will be available at the Farmers Field opposite Fairlop Waters, this will be sign posted on the day. 

Disabled Parking and access

There is limited disabled parking within the car park at Fairlop Waters available on a first come first served basis. Once the car park at Fairlop Waters is full, people with disabilities can be dropped off at the entrance of the fair whilst the driver finds alternative parking in the overflow car park opposite Fairlop Waters. 

Disabled access is weather dependant via the network of pathways.Gingerbread

Public Transport

The nearest underground tube station is Fairlop

The following buses stop along Barkingside High Street; 128, 150, 167, 169, 247, 275 and 462, followed by 10-15 minute walk to Fairlop Waters.  

Please see the Transport for London website for more information on how to get to Fairlop Waters.

Fairlop Waters Storytelling Resource Books

Download a set of six Storytelling Resource Books about Fairlop Waters written by Tony Cranston. The books are aimed primarily at Key Stage 1 and 2 but also suitable for all members of the family.

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