What's it all about?

A Community Event, Revitalising Community Spirit

The New Romney Country Fayre is held annually on St Martin’s Field and the Fairfield Road Recreation Ground in New Romney, which is just off the High Street. It is the largest free event on Romney Marsh, attracting over 7000 residents and visitors from all over the south east of England. The volunteer committee was originally set up in 1994 with the first Fayre taking place the following year. Since then the Fayre has grown into a huge attraction and has helped to raise hundreds of thousands of pounds for local organisations and charities who take part in the event.

The Country Fayre brings the whole community together and is all about promoting traditional family fun. It has become an event that the whole Town can be proud of.

There are 2 arenas offering a full day of entertainment, surrounded by 100 stalls selling produce of all kinds, crafts, tombolas and games. The day kicks off with a noisy and colourful Parade through the Town leaving the Marsh Academy at 10.15am


We apologise for this, but disruption will be kept to a minimum

If you want to leave your car at home and go green why not travel on the Romney Hythe Dymchurch Railway. Their special trains will arrive in New Romney in time for the start of the Parade.

Train Times from Hythe Train Times from Dungeness\ Hythe: 9.00am Dungeness: 9.15am\ Dymchurch: 9.20am Romney Sands: 9.30am\ St Mary’s Bay: 9.25am New Romney: 9.40am \ New Romney: 9.35am

Special fares apply. For more information visit: www.rhdr.org.uk

Be part of the team

All the organisation of the Fayre is carried out by a team of less than 15 volunteers. As the event continues to grow, the Committee always welcomes new members. No special skills are needed, just lots of enthusiasm and a willingness to be involved. Meetings take place once a month and are held at The Broadacre in North Street.

Some of the jobs our volunteers do include:

If you feel you could spare some time to help with the organisation and preparations or want to help out on the day itself, then please call the Chairman on: 01797 363981