Thank you to all our supporters for making
the Black Cherry Fair 2021
a great success
Join us on Abbeyfields, Chertsey. local bands, fun fair, burgers and bar on Friday 9th, and the Black Cherry Fair on Sat 10th July.
Changes due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
The committee have decided to delay the procession until 2022 to prevent crowds gathering and attending the fair at one time but we are planning to have a few arena competitions and events and music performances. Please read our Covid advice page for a full description of changes
REMEMBER ALL OUR COMPETITIONS ARE FREE TO ENTER!!
There’s lots of fantastic competitions in our free programme guide and live on the day, with prizes ranging from £10 to £100! As well as themany competitions run by the Black Cherry Fair you'll also find countless stalls with raffles, games and tombolas for the whole family to enjoy.
There are many ways to take part in the Black Cherry Fair and it’s all really simple. You can book a stall to promote your business, help a charity, or just to empty some bric-a-brac from the loft! With two arenas we have plenty of space for performers of all types. You might like to help out behind the scenes and become involved with the event organisation or promote your school or organisation by taking part in the Town Procession.
Advertising & sponsorship
PRICES REDUCED FOR 2021
With as many as 10,000 visitors every year the Black Cherry Fair is a simple and effective way to promote your business and support the local community. Advertise in our free event guide, or sponsor an event and get in touch with Chertsey.
The Town Procession
Sadly, the Black Cherry Fair committee have decided to cancel the Procession until 2022 in order to prevent any build up of crowds and to try and spread the number of visitors to the fair more evenly during the day.
For more information or to get involved and help us at the fair, please contact us:
by phone on 07790 604016
by email to email@example.com
This event is for the whole community to enjoy and is only possible through the support of
local businesses, Surrey County Council and Runnymede Borough Council