Village Fête returns after two-year break

Photo of a fête taking place on a sports field.
Stoke Gifford Jubilee Fête at the Trust Grounds, North Road in 2012.

Stoke Gifford’s popular Village Fête returns on Bank Holiday Friday 3rd June 2022, following a two-year break due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The event takes place between 2pm and 5pm at the Trust Grounds, North Road BS34 8PE [view location map].

There will be music, entertainment, donkey rides, bouncy castles, teacup rides, stalls, sideshows, games and refreshments. Children will have the chance to meet, and have photos taken with, Paw Patrol, Sonic, Peter Rabbit, Paddington, Buzz Lightyear and Super Mario.


Families can bring along their pooch to enter the ever-popular Fun Dog Show run by DAWG (a Bristol greyhound and lurcher rescue charity), starting at 1pm.

Promotional poster.

There is no formal entry charge to the fête, but the Trust will be collecting donations towards the cost of staging the event.

Please note that no parking is available on site (other than for Blue Badge holders).

Stalls are still available. For details, visit the Trust website

Kitchen & Laundry Appliance Care.

Programme of events

Main display area

  • 2.15 – Loz Because with Marky Jay – Fun circus, puppetry and stories
  • 2.45 – Stoke Gifford School of Dance – Interactive dance session
  • 3.15 – Stoke Gifford Taekwondo – Display
  • 3.45 – Loz Because with Marky Jay – Fun circus, puppetry and stories

Refreshment area

  • 2.00 – Brass band
  • 2.45 – Stokes Singers Community Choir
  • 3.15 – Brass band
  • 4.00 – Stoke Gifford Gospel Choir

Tennis courts

  • 2.45-3.45 – Circus workshop

Information correct at time of going to press.

Related link: What’s On in Stoke Gifford and Little Stoke (The Journal)

This article originally appeared in the May 2022 issue of the Stoke Gifford Journal magazine (on page 15).

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