Barnet Fair 2014Written by Editor Tuesday, 28 October 2014 11:15
There will be music and dancing in the high street, music and films in the pubs, choirs and orchestras in the church, art exhibitions in The Bull and Foxtons, the church bells, skate park, a funfair, children’s theatre shows in the Bull Theatre, EN5 radio, Barnet Museum, Punch and Judy and Father Christmas as well as over 100 stalls and a craft fair with lots of Christmas ideas, plus our high street shops and The Spires Shopping Centre, with their giant bouncy reindeer!
So much to see and do.
The opening procession starts off from Bruce Road and arrives in the middle of the High Street outside Iceland at 12 noon.
Drummers and Star Wars Characters pave the way for the worshipful the Mayor of Barnet, Councillor Hugh Rayner and the Mayoress, Susan Rayner, together with the Festival Queen and Princesses in beautiful vintage cars supplied by Studio434.
Following on are pantomime characters and local children, filling the high street with sound and colour and collecting for our designated charity – Emmaus.
A special thank you to the Barnet Traders who helped to raise money for our lovely Christmas Tree, standing proudly outside St John the Baptist Church.
And a very special thank you to Studio434 for supplying the beautiful vintage cars.
The Barnet Christmas Street Fayre is arranged by Barnet Arts and The Bull Theatre.
Barnet Arts (supporting the arts across the Borough of Barnet through it’s membership of 100 member societies and publicising their events).
The Chairman is Councillor John Hart. (Charity number 249275)
Chair of Barnet Christmas Fayre is Susi Earnshaw (The Bull Theatre – charity number 1106006)
Members: Barry Ainsworth, PC Ala Uddin, David Earnshaw, Pam Edwards, Jane Judd, Ros Staines, Demetri Kalimnios, Richard Mason, George Massey, James Page, Baz Swain, Graham Trotman, Valentino.
Health and Safety Team – Ron Reeves, Mike Rawling, Keith Martin, David Earnshaw.
St John’s Ambulance will be situated at the top of Union Street. Any lost children should be taken to The Bull Theatre.
The Fayre could not take place without the contributions made by the many helpers who join the rotas throughout the day.
More volunteers are always welcome.
Please contact The Bull Theatre if you would like to come on board.
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