Marlow May Fayre – Sat 17th May 2014

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The annual Marlow May Fayre takes place on Saturday 17th May at Higginson Park in Marlow and is FREE for all the family. This fantastic day out is organised by Marlow and District Round Table and Marlow Ladies Circle, for the benefit of local charities. Last year they raised over £4000 for local causes.

This year’s event includes new attractions such as the Fun Dog Show at 11.15am. Bring down your pooches for some great prizes to be won. In addition, there will be a“Pirates and Princesses” themed Fancy Dress Competition at midday with great prizes for the winners, followed by a kids Disco hosted by Marlow’s very own “Dave The Disco”.

In addition,  there will be stalls and rides, a vintage car display, BBQ, real ale tent, Punch and Judy, kids activity marquee, tea tent and performances throughout the day.

Plus remember the famous 4pm Thames Duck Race where they launch thousands of plastic ducks into the Thames. Be sure to buy your duck for some amazing prizes such as a weekend break for two, helping to raise money for Longridge.


Organised by Marlow & District Round Table and Ladies Circle to raise money for local charities, this fun family event will feature: 

A huge variety of stalls & rides for all the family

11.15am Free “Fun” Dog Show – “Bring Your Pooches!”

12.00am “Kids Pirates and Princesses” Fancy Dress Competition and Diddy Disco hosted by “Disco Dave”

Marlow Town Band, Punch and Judy, Vintage Car Rally

 “Wychwood Warriors” Viking Re-enactment Group 

“Live” Music and Dance performances throughout the day

BBQ, Real Ale Tent & Ladies Circle Cream Teas 

Great prizes to be won at the famous 4.00pm “Duck Race”

Article author: Paul Merchant

About the author: Founded in its original version back in 2000 - yes the internet DID exist back then. Brought up in Marlow, went to school here, now has children at the same schools. Quite clearly loves all things Marlow - hence spending over 2 decades doing this!

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