Hereford May Fair
Heart-stopping rides, side-shows, food stalls and ancient ceremonies are all part of the street extravaganza which is Hereford's May Fair. The fair has been taking place for over 900 years.
The Hereford May Fair takes place on the first Tuesday to Thursday following the May Day bank holiday.
In 2018 year it will be held Tuesday 8 May to Thursday 10 May 2018 inclusive.
Tuesday 3.45pm to 11pm
Wednesday 12 noon to 11pm
Thursday 12 noon to 11pm
These are the times between which attractions are allowed to operate. Not all rides will necessarily be open at all times.
War time banking display as part of the Weeping Windows festival of poppies at Hereford Cathedral, to commemorate the end of WWI.
This Event is FREE and is accessed through the shop. Admission to the Black and White House Museum will be as normal:
Adults - £2.50
Children (5-16) - £1.50
Under 5s - Free
Family - £7.50
(Adults up to 3 children)
Annual passes are available
Events in the Victorian Bank Vault are popular and we suggest you book in advance. There will be several sessions a day and each session will take a maximum of 10 people.
You will be able to book at the Black and White House Museum Shop nearer the date.
Back again with full force for its 7th Year... Eastnor ChilliFest 2018 will be sizzling!
- All things Chilli to try and buy,
- Live music,
- Hot food,
- Children’s cookery school,
- Chilli Eating Competition,
- Cookery demonstrations.
PLUS all of our usual attractions!
Adult: £11.00 | Child (3-15 yrs): £7.00 | Family (2+3): £30.00
Adult: £12.00 | Child (3-15 yrs): £7.50 | Family (2+3): £32.00
Privilege Card holders DO NOT need tickets for this event. Just arrive as normal with your card.
Dogs welcome on leads!
PRE-BOOKING IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED AS TICKETS ARE LIMITED.
Local Herefordian Acoustic Covers Artist 'Steph James' is performing on Saturday 31st March at The Grapes Tavern in Hereford.
Kicking off at 9.30pm and performing until late.
Come and join us for a fabulous night of entertainment and singing
Huge congratulations to Herefordshire rower Kiko Matthews who has broken the 'World record' to become the fastest female to solo row across the Atlantic Ocean.
Kiko set off from the Canary Islands in January.
She's raising money for the King's College Hospital Trust to build a new Intensive Care Unit. The same hospital which saved her life when she was diagnosed with a rare medical condition.
Please visit her justgiving page
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